Dining in Taradale

Dining in Taradale | Napier Motel Accommodation | Colonial Lodge

Whether you’re looking for fine dining, a great steak, or mouth-watering pub meal, Taradale has it all.

If you’re after fine dining, look no further than Mission Estate Winery, their restaurant is renowned for their exquisite cuisine. Mission Estate Winery is nestled in the Taradale hills and is the oldest winery in New Zealand, with the first grapes being planted in 1851. Serving food daily from 10am, their lunch and dinner menu’s will have the most sophisticated of pallets watering. This is the place to go for a meal of fine dining, great wine and excellent service.  Reservations are recommended.

Deano’s Bar and Grill is Hawke’s Bay’s original steakhouse, and is sure to provide a dining experience you’ll never forget. Their chef’s use only the freshest ingredients to create a prepare a wide range of dishes. This includes their famous steak, the Bay Sizzler, served on a sizzling hot plate. Open six days a week from 11am, this is the perfect place to drop in for a relaxing lunch or dinner.

The Londoner is Taradale’s local. Located in the main street of Taradale, they offer affordable high quality food and offer a range of beers of tap. They’re English theme provides a great back drop for the good English fare, including pot pies, fish and chips and everyone’s favourite, the roast. Open 11 till late Tuesday till Sunday.

If you’re a member of your local RSA or an affiliated club, the Taradale RSA is located right next door and have a brilliant restaurant.  Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner on Friday’s or Saturday’s at the Clocktower Restaurant or savor a fresh and tasty meal from the bistro menu, Monday – Sunday from 5pm.

 

If your after a quick bite, Taradale’s main street is fulled with great cafes and take away restaurants. If you’re looking for something specific, call into reception and our friendly team will be able to help you find the perfect place to grab a bite to eat, fantastic coffee, or cold beverage.

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