Discover Restaurants offering the best Healthy food in Rotorua, North Island, New Zealand. Bubbling mineral springs and pools promise maximum relaxation in Rotorua, on New Zealand's North Island. Therapeutic hot mud pools, dramatic geysers and a buried village are within easy reach of the city. What happens in the bubbling mud geysers of "Rotovegas"—the area at the top of Fenton Street—stays in Rotovegas. Once you've made the most of the mud, soar nearly 2,000 feet on the Skyline Gondola for views of Lake Rotorua, then zip back down to explore the lake by paddle steamer, fishing charter or WWII amphibious vehicle.
Things to do in Rotorua
4 based on 20 reviews
When in Rotorua, stop by Sushi Gallery, where a friendly owner and sushi master takes pride in filling display cases six days a week with everything from Teriyaki Salmon Inari to Chicken Tender Sushi wrapped with a band of seaweedâall sold by the piece. Y
We stopped by this little shop to grab a quick bite for lunch and was pleasantly surprised. Long line of locals and tourists queue up for their fresh and varied choices of sushi. We ordered the chicken teriyaki bento box (good deal for $12.50) and the chicken katsu (for $10). Delicious, good portions and great service. We got their loyalty card and will be coming back for more the next time we are in town.
4 based on 38 reviews
Our House has a simple kaupapa. We want people to Meet in a relaxed kiwi way, Drink some great local flavors and Eat good kiwi kau. Nau mai, haere mai!
From the start of our evening just walking in the door, to be greeted so warmly. To the fantastic food and service our night out for my daughters birthday was one I will not forget in a long time.My family can't wait to visit again.Thank you for your positive feedback !We are so happy that you enjoyed your daughters birthday at our house !we look forward to seeing you again soon,ManagementOur House Rotorua
4 based on 56 reviews
Located close to Government gardens, the Arts Cafe is an expansive, busy, noisy place with a good offering for hearth breakfast plates, lunch based on Malayan and Singaporean specialties, soups, sandwiches, burgers, shakes, juices and a variety of coffees and coffee-based hot beverages. Wine and beer are also offered. Prices are moderate.
5 based on 44 reviews
We always provide Fresh & Healthy High Quality Japanese Food. We do our best to offer your 'special request menu' if you have specific dietary requirement. Please do not hesitate to ask our friendly staff.
Fast, affordable, and delicious. This is definitely a pleasant surprise! It's owned by a Japanese family so rest assured that it's as close to authentic Japanese cuisine as you can get in Rotorua. Seating inside is a bit limited, as are the tableware, but takeaway is a good option to get your sushi fix. Maybe not the best restaurant in town, but definitely worth a visit.
4 based on 1222 reviews
Leonardo's is a small, family-owned restaurant. Our Menu is quite small only because we work only with the freshest products possible. For the same reason, we change our menu very often, to try new flavours and recipe. The restaurant is open for Lunch and
On my fourth day in New Zealand, we were supposed to be having one of the best planned itinerary in our trip. Halfway through the day, the youngest member caught cold bug and had to be hospitalised.. missing one of the tour was not really that important but the fact that it drained our energy and affected our mood. Luckily she put up a strong face and after 4 hours she was discharged. Feeling hungry, I fired up Google to find place to eat. As a matter of fact the only food that they all could agree on was pizza so Italian restaurant it was. Many options but we settled for the nearest to us with good ratings. Located at Eat Street Rotorua, we decided against dining alfresco due to the cold weather. As it was weekday, not many diners were seen and therefore we got undivided attention from the waiter who served us. â¾Risotto con Granchio - crab, chili, chive and sweet pea risotto, parmesan and prosciutto crisp NZ$26.50 was the best money spent! The risotto was brimming with the sweetness from the crustacean while the crispy parmesan prosciutto provided extra crunch to the otherwise soft texture of the Italian rice. â¾Insalata caprese NZ$15.50 - with cured prosciutto, horopito and basil oil, balsamic reduction and croutons. â¾Margarita NZ$18.00 - a classic Italian pizza done right with Napoli sauce, cherry tomato, mozzarella, fresh basil, and olive oil. Thin crispy crust with generous cheese and tomato toppings but the happiest part was to see how the little ones gobbled up everything â¾House pouring white wine - badly need this to sooth the feeling after the blardy incident. A plan of just stopping by for a quick dinner turned out to be one of the best meal of the entire trip due to the setback earlier in the day and the fact that the weather was very gloomy.
4 based on 323 reviews
We had lunch at Yamato Japanese restaurant. We had set menu- there are different options you can choose including sashimi / chicken / fish etc. Food quality is good, sashimi is fresh n chicken Karagae is good. Pork cutlet is not so good. Japanese style decoration, they have sushi bar seatings as well as proper dining tables. No wifi . Overall, recommend for people who are into Japanese food.
4 based on 1022 reviews
Capers has a passion to provide our valued customers with food that is both good for your body, soul and for the planet. With our free-trade coffee beans and organic deli products, sustainability is at the top of our priorities. For over a decade, the Cap
Came here for breakfast as they had some good vegan, healthy options. It was a great surprise. The staff were great. Nice and efficient, and the food was amazing. I highly recommend this restaurant if you are in the area. You won't be disappointed .
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