We went to dinner at the chameleon and were not disappointed with the standard of the meal. It was delicious The seafood chowder was delicious as was the duck. The service was great and th staff certainly knew the food. The only thing that was disappointing was the wine. We were told when we arrived that they had a special that night of Craggy Range Red and it could be bought by the glass. We assumed that special meant a good price and did not ask the price- it certainly was a good high price. We were charged $18 per glass for Craggy Range Te Kahu which can be bought for less that $20 a bottle. Did not think it was worth paying this much for. Really disappointed that they called this a special If you go to eat the superb food here, do ask the cost of their wines on special to make sure you get a wine worth paying for.
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