This was our favourite restaurant in Queenstown, we went back again a couple of nights later. We got in early and had no trouble being seated but if you have a group or want a view with your table then maybe book ahead as it gets very busy. The plates are designed for sharing so it's best if you go with someone else (or perhaps a few!) to enjoy a range of dishes. The locally sourced food is a great idea; less food miles. Try the pork belly in cider - it was out of this world. The venison osso bucco was hearty and hit the spot on a cool evening. The pavlova is a true kiwi classic topped simply with kiwifruit and cream. Cider and wine by the glass were also good. Friendly waitstaff were most helpful, and judging by their accents seem to come from all over the globe to hang out and work in Queenstown.
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