Queenstown has a great selection of places to dine out, including award winning chefs, beautiful views, and plenty of fresh local produce and local wines and beers. There is sure to be something to suit everyone's taste and budget.
Award wining chef Josh Emett and highly regarded local restaurateur Fleur Caulton have recently opened Rata. Beautiful food in a beautiful setting, tucked away amongst heritage buildings, with a sunny courtyard and bar perfect for all day eating.
Flame offers African grill-house style dining, with quality food, excellent service and beautiful views from the balcony.
An authentic Italian Kitchen, offers the real flavours of Italy incorporating the freshest of local produce.
Fishbone Bar & Grill
Fishbone’s menu features a greatc variety of South Island caught fish served with seasonal ingredients, many grown by the chef himself.
Located on the water's edge with panoramic lake and mountain views. Prime's chef specialises in char-grilled steak and seafood – you can even bring your own freshly-caught trout for the chefs to cook.
Located in Archers Cottage, on the waterfront, this villa has lots of rooms, cosy nooks and an expansive outdoor patio. The menu has a strong emphasis on fine cut beef and wild organic foods. -
Specializing in Thai cuisine, Thai Siam offers a good option for that quick lunch or relaxed dinner. Located in the heart of Queenstown, why not take a break from shopping and sightseeing to tantalize the taste buds. - See more at: http://www.queenstownnz.co.nz/information/product/?product=thai-siam#sthash.iG12Tmb8.dpuf
Located under the Sky City Casino, Thai Siam specialises in delicious Thai cusine.
Pub on the Wharf
Located on Steamer Wharf in the heart of Queenstown, with a local pub feel, serving great food and beer.
Speights Ale House
Located in the historic former Queenstown Council Chamber building, Speights Ale House offers good hearty portions of Southern food matched with local beer.
Avanti offers a range of Italian classics as well as modern Kiwi dishes that are sure to tantalise your taste buds.
Located in Cow Lane off Beach St, The Cow is an institution - the menu is still the same as when the restaurant open its door in 1976 - with delicious hand rolled pizzas and spaghetti dishes, hot soup and homemade bread and salad.
A well known restaurant, with a cowboy theme, with a reputation for generous proportions in a relaxed atmosphere.
A diner style restaurant, specialising in burgers.