Fabulous place to dine in summer with the wonderful Kerikeri abasin on its doorstep and al fresco dining is superb. In winter it is dark and the view disappears. However there is a fire and a homely ambience and the service is good. Some good wines and beers too. The food is inconsistent: some days excellent, other days average. Some dishes come with just a token sprinkling of vegetables. They good be far more generous, especially for a place that is not so well patronised in winter.
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