We popped into Zepplin on a public holiday early afternoon, having been on a bush walk, wanting to have a light lunch and sit in the sun. Well, shade actually as the sun was too hot in sunny Hawke's Bay :-). we ordered coffees and a Zep platter for two, which the menu says is a little bit of all sorts of things chosen by the chef. It was soo good. Initially looked a bit small but was actually just right. It had portions of dishes of excellent quality which were just a little different to the usual suspects on a platter. Highlights today being the smoked and fried fish, the hot olives, the hot marinated mushrooms with the most excellent award going to the pea, broadbean and mint dip. The coffees were very nice and came with a homemade biscotti which was also just right. The staff were lovely, attentive and friendly, the table on the grass had a large sunshade and the wine list looked great, although today I didn't partake. I definitely recommend it.
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