Best 7 spots to eat in Queenstown | You’re spoilt for choice for dining in Queenstown. There are so many great places to eat, it’s hard to go wrong.
Here are my best 7 spots to eat in Queenstown:
- Botswana Butchery – this beautiful restaurant boasts an amazing steak and wine list. High-end, a little exxy and totes worth it. The service is incredible – I almost always leave my wine selection to their team and also the sides.
- Blue Kanu – this spot is a casual and fun restaurant and bar. With Pacific fare, great cocktails, oysters, and champagne, you’re spoilt for choice. The decor and atmosphere are awesome – more Pacific flair, low-lit, and a fun bar. I recommend the chef’s menu – you’ll roll out of there.
- Hikari Sushi – When it’s cold outside, you can’t beat a hot bowl of steaming, delicious, scrumptious ramen. This is the best ramen I have found so far in Queenstown.
- King Made Noodles Queenstown – Chinese hand-pulled noodles. Great for a hangover. See above about how devouring a bowl of steaming hot noodles is perfect after a day on the slopes.
- Fergburger & Fergbakery – great after a night out. And to prevent a hangover… or at least make it more bareable. Delish burgers, bread, and pies. A Queenstown institution. If I’m dining late/ early hours, I will grab a pull-apart bread loaf to enjoy after I wake up from my slumber.
- Margo’s Mexican – Mexican is almost always fun, and this spot is no exception. Get the corn, thank me later. There’s an extensive menu, and I believe they also have happy hour…
- Patagonia – This is a chocolate and gelato outlet, but I’m still including it here. Do yourself a favor and try the hot chocolates. Made with real chocolate, they’re creamy and decadent. I love the Chilli hot choc – has a little kick! Grab one and wander around the waterfront while warming up your hands!
I certainly haven’t been to all of the restaurants I want to get to yet.. will have to take some more trips! Notable mentions also go to White & Wongs, and to The Cookie Time Cookiebar too.
Which are your favourite spots to eat in Queesntown? Let me know in the comments.
Are you an oyster lover? Then you’ll HAVE to try Bluff oysters. They’re in season from April – July ish. You’ll find everything you need to know HERE.