Crack Chicken is an innovative, mouthwatering cross between Nashville-style and Korean-style fried chicken. Think hot, crunchy, juicy. Think burgers and waffles. Think hot sauce. Think donut cheeseburgers. Stop drooling.
The man behind Crack Chicken is dining maestro David Lee. His signature approach to soul food and authentic Korean flavours has seen him win awards and accolades, notably for Commercial Bay’s Pōni restaurant.
Nam Nam is an authentic Vietnamese lunch and dinner spot serving fresh, healthy and fast street food. Many dishes feature 'Banh mi' baguette, the perfect fusion of classic French-style bread enriched with vibrant Vietnamese flavours. Freshly-made rice paper rolls make a great healthy snack or lunch on the go. Or savour the ultimate Vietnamese comfort food with a bowl of Pho – a classic soup with a rich, fragrant flavour and light texture.
Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq is an arcade and cocktail bar that gives tricky ticket games a new life.
Dodgem cars, carousels, crazy shakes and prizes prizes prizes - it’s a carnival of fun for young and old. Try your luck in the arcade and you just might land your hands on the coveted collectables that sit atop the jackpot.
Kids begging for more, but you need to rest that joystick thumb? Fortunately, there’s a bountiful bar filled with luscious libations. Take a break, then go show them how it’s done.
No ifs, just putts.
Holey Moley is a mini golf course and bar that turns traditional putt-putt into a multi-sensory labyrinth of unique holes that’ll keep you on your toes across the craziest round of golf you’ve ever played.
And with drinks, cocktails and tunes on offer at our full-service bar The Caddyshack, all your off-green needs are found right here.
It’s New Zealand’s best mini golf course. Par none.
Foo Du dumplings began in a tiny restaurant in Northern China’s Shandong province.
After moving to New Zealand as a kid, Max discovered that the dumplings sold here were not the fresh, delicious morsels of his childhood. He decided to fix all of that and adapt the recipes his family has honed for generations.
Using local meats and produce, along with traditional Chinese ingredients, Foo Du serves a variety of delicious Chinese cuisine – their trademark dumplings (of course), but also dim sum, shumai and more.
There’s always room for ice cream. Duck Island has been charming New Zealand's taste buds with hand-crafted, small-batch creations since 2015. Originating in the Waikato, their expertise lies in reimagining classic flavours with a touch of whimsy, using locally-sourced ingredients to create their extensive range of decadent delights. Committed to sharing the love with everyone, they also offer an impressive lineup of vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and allergy-sensitive offerings - so no one needs to miss out.
Churly’s is the home of Behemoth Brewing Company. It’s a local place; a place where the beer is cold, the food is tasty, and everyone knows your name.
Behemoth make always big beers in mostly small batches. In fact, they’ve made over 350 beers in the last 8 years. And at Churly’s Brew Pub, all of their best brews are packed into one spot.
But this pub menu is bigger than just beers. It’s chock-full of wines, cocktails, mocktails and other things that fizz.