Mudbrick restaurant has to be one of the most picturesque places to eat in the world. What a credit to the owners and their wonderful staff from the chef, the kitchen staff and waiting staff to the gardener carefully tending the herb garden. I couldn't have been happier sipping my viognier grown right there on the estate, whilst drinking in the sunshine and eating superb line-caught fish. Whatever the concoction they serve with the warm bread rolls is worth the visit alone. Something about olive oil whipped with butter and puffed rice? I don't know what it was, but I ate every molecule. I went for the 3 course menu, with NZ salmon starter, local fish main and stunning chocolate desert. Little palate-cleansing extras kept appearing, and I just blissed my way through the afternoon. Worth a trip to NZ just to experience this.
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