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Is this a seafood restaurant?YesNoUnsure
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Speight’s Ale House has always served award winning, traditional kiwi ales and beers, using only the finest quality south island ingredients. Why not taste the whole family of Speight’s locally brewed beers at Queenstowns traditional Kiwi Pub. Our menu has been designed to offer hearty, value for money servings of Kiwi style Pub food. All locally sourced to give you a true south island experience, with all meals expertly matched to one of our superb tap ales! Well known amongst locals for providing the very best in locally sourced Lamb, Venison, beef and famous Blue Cod. See you in the beer garden or by the fire inside for some of New Zealands finest southern hospitality and a true Kiwi dinning…
Had dinner here twice while in Queenstown, friendly staff, great selection of food and drinks. The pub is well located, right in the middle of the CBD. will definitely call in again next time we are in Queenstown.
Had a really tasty beef pie top with potato, it was really well done. My wife had a bowl of kumara chips, they looked like they where left in the fryer a bit too long, disappointing. The service was excellent and the waitress very friendly,...More
Was taken there for my birthday by my daughter & and son-in-law who had flown over to join us for the weekend.The atmosphere was great, the staff lovely and the food really good.So good that we ate there the following night.Parking is not easy in...More
We were a group of eight and stopped off on many occasions. The reason was it had ambiance and atmosphere that was exciting. It is a very busy place and is very well patronised by locals ans visitors alike. That in itself appealed to our...More
You always know what you are getting with these restaurants and this one didn't fail.We popped in for quick lunch and had a fantastic Leek and Potato soup, it was delicious!! Really good service as well, would go back and recommend this restaurant,
Went there with 2 other couples last Tuesday night. A great venue in an easy to get to location, with a good selection of beers on tap. the dinning was very comfortable and very good value.The burger is a real meal, and my partner enjoyed...More
This was my first visit to this town so this ale house looked very appealing. We were served by a very pleasant young lady. I choose blue cod and it was delicious cooked to perfection. Would recommend this dish which was served with chips.
The last time they didn't do Guinness and now they do and pour it in the proper Irish way - what a treat. The place was packed as there was a private function in the garden. However plenty of room for everyone else. Within the...More
Response from graemesmith10 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, don't need to know about this venue, I have had several ales there along with one of the best seafood chowders since I was in Ireland. I also had a few ales and steaks across the road at the old Courthouse Hotel April... More
Hi, don't need to know about this venue, I have had several ales there along with one of the best seafood chowders since I was in Ireland. I also had a few ales and steaks across the road at the old Courthouse Hotel April 2017.
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