Nice function space, however the food and hot drinks were sadly lacking. It's always bad when you feel like you could have done better with a hall and a trip to the supermarket.
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Inexpensive and good variety. Thought we would give this place a try. Disappointed with the food, seafood fritters were mostly batter and surimi.Wedges were a soggy type of roast potato. Pity as it could be such a lovey place with the setting it's in.
Went here for my cousins wedding, lovely spot for a wedding. The meal afterwards was great, beautifully presented and good portion sizes. On the down side, don't wear high heels as the area has a lot of grass and the cobblestone areas are very uneven....More
Came here with a group of 12 people for lunch and we all made our orders at the same time. Unfortunately, we saw other people come, order, get their food, finish eating and leave before our table got the first plate of food (over 70...More
Had been a sad weekend so we decided that rather than mope around the house, we would go out for lunch and George chose this place from the phone-book. We had a long wait for our food and my chicken was dry and tough and...More
excellent choice of dishes for $10 lunches, lovely warm atmosphere dine in café or out in the conservatory overlooking the lawn and trees
Have visited this restaurant numerous times and I have to say the biggest disappointment is the wedges that they tend to serve with just about everything. To my mind they should be hot and crispy and they are always warmish and soggy. I'm not sure...More
Lunch for only $10. Big choice of different meals. Very friendly people. Not easy to find. It's between Te Horo and Otaki.
Fourth visit to the Winemaker's Daughter restaurant. Peaceful surroundings in the countryside, quiet location and delicious food.