great place, live music (ex kiwi) and a kiwi chef. a hidden gem really, unless one was told about it.
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The food in this restaurant was exceptional, atmosphere and sevice was a bit lacking. However you should try it and chill, you are on Raro time.
Went there for Final night dinner before flying out. Arrived at 7pm and didnt know what was going to come first ?? The Service or the Plane ?? Was very disappointed in the service and length of time waiting for the meals. The Entrees for...More
... increase the food budget. Also pay staff better they do the best they can with a pretty tight budget.That pretty much says it.
Lovely setting for an evening meal, live music courtesy of Garth Young. The service was friendly and attentive, we were made to feel very welcome and valued as guests for the night. As a non-meat eater the salmon cerviche with local oranges was a visual...More
We just happened to drop in for coffee to look at the resort for a future visit then saw the menu for dinner so booked that as well. We also booked for breakfast a couple of days later. Better value for money than where we...More
We attended The Anchorage tonight, knowing that given it was Easter Friday it would be busy. After 10 minutes we ordered. After waiting for a while, another waitress asked if we ordered drinks as our table was bare. We then had to re-order our water...More
We stayed at this resort and ate here on two nights. The food was great. The BBQ night was an enjoyable night. Start off with a cocktail and sit by the beach and watch the sunset.