Auckland's Top Restaurants

The first five restaurants are within a 10 minute walking distance from Eden Park Bed and Breakfast. All of the restaurants have gained a following due to their high standard of cuisine and presentation. Eating out in Auckland is a pleasure. Enjoy!

Two Fifteen Bistro 215 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 630-6474 www.twofifteen.co.nz

The Dominion 234 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 623-2121 www.dominionbar.co.nz

Basil Thai 2/236 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 623-2334 www.basilthai.co.nz

Merediths 365 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 623-3170 www.merediths.co.nz

Clare Inn Irish Pub 274-278 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 623-8233 www.theclareinn.com

Reservations are recommended for all of the following restaurants

601(New North Rd) 601 New North Rd Morningside 849-7268 www.601newnorthroad.co.nz

Andiamo 194 Jerviois Rd Herne Bay 378-7811 www.andiamo.co.nz

Baduzzi Cnr Jellicoe St and Fish Lane North Wharf.City 309-9339 www.baduzzi.co.nz

Cazador 854 Dominion Rd Balmoral 620-8730 www.huntgatherfeed.com

CIBO Axis Building, 91 street Georges Bay Rd Parnell 303-9660 www.cibo.co.nz

Clooney 33 Sale Street Central City 358-1702 www.clooney.co.nz

Cocoro 56a Brown St Ponsonby 360-0927
www.cocoro.co.nz

Coco’s Cantina 376 Karangahape Rd Newton 300-7582 www.cocoscantina.co.nz

Debretts Kitchen Hotel De Brett, 2 High St Central City 969-1545 www.hoteldebrett.co.nz

Depot 86 Federal St. Central City 363-7048 www.eatatdepot.co.nz

Ebisu 116-118 Quay St.Britomart Central City 300-5271 www.ebisu.co.nz

Federal Delicatessen 86 Federal St. Central City 363-7184 www.thefed.co.nz

Fish Hilton Auckland. Princess Wharf. 147 Quay St Viaduct 978-2020 www.fishrestaurant.co.nz

Ima 57 Fort St Central City 300-7252
www.imacuisine.co.nz

Kazuya 193 Symonds St Eden Terrace 377-8537 www.kazuya.co.nz

Masu Sky City Grand Hotel.90 Federal St Central City 363-6278 www.skycityauckland.co.nz

Merediths 365 Dominion Rd Mt Eden 623-3140 www.merediths.co.nz

Moochowchow 23 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 360-6262 www.moochowchow.co.nz

Non Solo Pizza 259 Parnell Rd Parnell 379-5358 www.nonsolopizza.co.nz

O’Connell St Bistro 3 O’Connell St Central City 377-1884 www.oconnellstbistro.com

Orphans Kitchen 118 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 378-7979 www.orphanskitchen.co.nz

Ortolana The Pavilions. 31 Tyler St. Britomart Central City 368-9487 www.britomart.org/ortolana

O’Sarracino 3-5 Mt Eden Rd. Eden Terrace 309-3740 www.osarracino.co.nz

Astro Level 2. Seafarers.52 Tyler St.Britomart Central City 302-9888 www.seafarers.co.nz

Ponsonby Rd Bistro 165 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 360-1611 www.ponsonbyroadbistro.co.nz

Rosie 82 Gladstone Rd Parnell 369-1182 Rosie

Sidart Three Lamps Plaza. 283 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 360-2122 www.sidart.co.nz

Soto 13 St Marys Rd St Marys Bay 360-0021 www.soto.co.nz

Soul Bar and Bistro Viaduct Harbour Viaduct 356-7249 www.soulbar.co.nz

SPQR 150 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 360-1710 www.spqrnz.co.nz

St Heliers Café and Bistro 387 Tamaki Dr St Heliers 575-6995 www.stheliersbaycafe.co.nz

The Blue Breeze Inn 146 Ponsonby Rd Ponsonby 360-0303 www.thebluebreezeinn.co.nz

The French Café 210 Symonds St Eden Terrace 377-1977 www.thefrenchcafe.co.nz

The Grill by Sean Connolly Sky City Grand Hotel.90 Federal St Central City 363-7067 www.skycityauckland.co.nz

The Grove St Patricks Square. Wyndham St Central City 368-4129 www.thegroverestaurant.co.nz

The Sugar Club Sky Tower,Cnr Federal and Victoria Sts Central City 363-6365 www.skycityauckland.co.nz

Tribeca The Foundation Bldg. 8 George St Parnell 379-6359 www.tribeca.co.nz

Vinnies 166 Jervois Rd Herne Bay 376-5597 www.vinnies.co.nz

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