Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Kaiapoi. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Kaiapoi is a town in the Waimakariri District of the Canterbury region, in the South Island of New Zealand. The town is located approximately 17 kilometres north of central Christchurch, close to the mouth of the Waimakariri River. It is considered to be a satellite town of Christchurch, although in the Waimakariri for statistical purposes it is part of the Christchurch urban area.
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3 based on 52 reviews
Resting on the banks of the Kaiapoi River, Port & Eagle Brewpub is the home of Eagle Brewing NZ and all things beer. We have a range of traditional/non traditional pub meals to compliment the wide range of beers, most of which are crafted onsite.
The setting at the Port and Eagle is lovely with the outlook over the river. The food was fresh and well presented. The service was not great with long wait times for orders being taken and food/drinks arriving. We were not asked if we required any further drinks at any stage either and had to call the server over to have the water replenished. The wine was overpriced - a $14.00 bottle of wine charged at 55.00 is excessively expensive. Overall there was nothing about the Port and Eagle, other than the setting, to entice us back.
3 based on 43 reviews
Craft Bar & Kitchen is a new bar concept with its first site in Rotorua and now proud to open in Kaiapoi, with 60 craft beers and ciders and quality food.
The menu had good variety, the staff friendly and a range of Moa and Good George craft beers on tap.Overall it was just ok, average bistro pub food, not anything special. There are lots of bistro craft pubs around these days but the ones that stand out tend to be passionate about the beers and be able to discuss what is on tap rather than just pour the label.It felt like a franchise formula rather than a genuine craft destination.The staff here were just doing the job, seemed to have no product knowledge and there were very few customers there, admittedly mid week, but I wouldnt go on a long drive just to visit this bar.
3 based on 43 reviews
lunch stop on way back to the city - very clean & pleasant surroundings - a window seat so I could spread out & also read my sunday papers - chose the crumbed fish which arrived juicy well cooked and tasted awesome for this person who had missed breakfast - tartare with whole capers - Yummy!! the rest of this dish disappointing - chips under cooked, salad best left on the side - I liked the idea of smashed peas but such a small serving - this dish could have given a WOW but let down with the additions. Water only as wine list is very tired and dated - the wait person - beautiful lady but didn't see one smile not even when I went to pay - I was the only person there and no follow up with the meal or asked if I wanted desserts. coffee - upsell needed.would visit again as the fish was amazing but lower my expectations.
3 based on 26 reviews
We walked in on Fathers Day without booking, not really expecting to get a table. The host was extremely accommodating in seating us firstly at a bar leaner and then onto a table as soon as one became available. The menu is extensive with some surprisingly different options. The 5 plus a day salad was scrumptious as was the steak my partner had. The skillet cookie dessert with ice cream was a hit as was the toffee pudding. We will certainly be back. A nice wee find.
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