My husband and I both ordered the chicken burger and chips. It took a while for the order to arrive but we enjoyed the view while we waited. The staff seemed to check on us a lot and it felt a bit awkward. My husband...More
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The staff are very attentive without being intrusive and the food was good. The tempura oysters special was particularly enjoyed and the beef eye fillet has a great jus. Dessert menu isn’t quite as good as the rest of the menu though it’s not bad.
This is a must visit place for people with their roots in colonial New South Wales. Standing in the grounds of this delightful restaurant and bar is an ancient pear tree planted by the Rev Samuel Marsden who was associated with the founding of the...More
Outside seating was great. Great view of the water. Enjoyed lunch of eggs on toast with bacon . . . excellent. Service was a bit slow and they missed identified a few orders but, no worries, all were happy with their lunch!
This restaurant fails on value for money and service. Had to ask for napkins. Would not recommend at all
Close to the Stone Store and Kemp House the Pear Tree offers a good but not overly large range of cabinet foods plus menu options. The food we had was very tasty, well presented and the wait staff very accommodating, if a little slower than...More
A peaceful lunch overlooking the tranquil boat harbor. Good food, interesting beers, and excellent service. And right next to the historic Kerikeri Stone Store.