Great place for a meal with family and friends. Good prices and lots on the menu to chose from. Staff were nice and friendly.
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Went to Smugglers with a group of friends for my birthday! Staff went all out put up a Happy Birthday Banner above the table and my dessert came out with a candle! Food is delicious and plentiful! A unique setting! Great night! Highly recommend!
Good warm up winter lunch i had Black Market Fish AND Chips small, just the right size with a pint of Macs gold.My lady had the Bandits CHICKEN burrito with a glass of wine, Food was good place was warm Staff are just great an...More
Popped into Smugglers while on holiday in Nelson. The staff were friendly and bent over backwards to ensure our experience was the best. They also provided some great advice on what to see and do in Nelson. The food was delicious, including the fish (I...More
The food was great and the staff were outstanding. The garlic bread was delicious with a lovely crust. My husband had steak and I had chicken, both were cooked beautifully. We left very happy and contented customers.
Have just arrived home from a family gathering at the Smugglers, and we were very disappointed. Have eaten here many times in the past and always found the food, beautifully cooked and always the great value for money. Alas.....things have slipped. The steak that was...More
My husband and his friend had the scotch fillet steak which was cooked to their satisfaction and a large helping. I had the Chicken and Camembert in Filo Pastry which was delicious. We all had a mulled wine which was delicious. Service was great.
Nice meal out. The quality of the food was better than expected. Steak was a bit under done but the cut of meat was very nice as was the sides that came with it. The service was great as well. All very friendly even though...More
Called in for dinner late before checking into our hotel. Entree was fabulous (fish taco's) my main (chicken wrapped in bacon ) was a little dry but the potato gratin made up for it. My partners dish (the beef cheek) was just far too rich...More