Cow Restaurant is a cute little venue in a heritage listed building in the heart of Queenstown. It is small and warm with an outdoor seating option (3 tables only) with great heating and only another 8 tables inside. It was very busy the night we were there but the staff were handling it well. We put our name on a list for a table, went to another venue for a drink, came back and a table was ready for us.
Unfortunately the food left a bit to be desired, especially for the prices they were asking. In Australia I wouldn't have thought much of the price but we're in a town that does 500g rump steaks with sides for $17. The mushroom pasta and "Di Pollo" we're very nice but overpriced. "Her majesty's desire" pizza sounds like you get a lot of toppings but really it's a lot of ingredients thinly spread, the vegetarian pizza was made up primarily of celery and zucchini, and everything we ordered had celery in it. Celery on pizza. Weird.
We wouldn't bother with it again but kids would probably love it.
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