The most noticeable thing about the Wobbly Kea apart from the odd name is the stuff all around you. This had been the home of Oskar Haus, a German who had set up a ski school/mountaineering equipment business in Arthur's Pass in the early 1900s There are memorabilia all around the dining room as well as some great art for sale on the walls. The food is good too: we enjoyed some splendid pumpkin soup and an interesting mixed salad topped off with friendly service.
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