We had dinner at Tuki Trout Farm as part of the Harvest Festival. We had a wonderful time. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left, we were treated warmly and with a smile. Everyone was accommodating. We started with catching trout for a dinner, using corn as bait, with the trout quickly grabbing hold. Even our four year old caught one. From there, we went on a quick tour to feed the horses, the young trout and put the chooks away before heading in for dinner.
Inside, we were greeted by a blazing open fire as the centerpiece of the room. With the staff chatting to you, the owners and family happy to talk, it created a really warm atmosphere and one that nobody left in a hurry. There was a massive amount of food, quite frankly they could ask for more money for what was served. All delicious.
It is a working farm and the family are very proud of it, as they should be. Don't expect pretentious city service here, this is a family who are sharing their home grown food with you on their own property. Far better than anything else in my opinion.
Thank you for welcoming us to your property, we look forward to returning soon.
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