Our hosts at the 88 Lodge B & B recommended this restaurant, and we could not have been more impressed. The winery restaurant is remarkably handsome, and we were able to sit on the outdoor patio in a cozy little table in the corner. We were first offered tastes of several wines, and among those tasted was a Chambourcin. What a magnificent wine--and we quickly order a bottle.
I wish this restaurant were close to my home, we would eat there often. This is the best of the three restaurants we visited in Kerikeri area, and each of them was excellent.
The food is excellent, my venison outstanding [though a too-small portion], and the desserts delectable. The waitress knew her foods, but then we discovered she was the chef and co-owner's daughter. Great place.
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