A few Top places to eat in Queenstown

Queenstown offers plenty of excellent places to eat, with superb local fresh produce served in all bars, cafes and restaurants.

Looking for a mouth-watering southern burger, look no
further, Fergburger is well known for its decadent
burgers that will leave you wanting more. They also have
a section called Fergbaker, offering the most scrumptious
baked goods as well as catering to those who prefer
something sweeter at Mrs Fergs. With a variety of offers,
they allow you to give in to your every craving. Another
option for burgers is Slowcuts.

They are in Arrowtown and have a variety of burger options,
with a divine side of fried mashed potatoes as well as craft
beers to pair with your eats. Option three is Fat Badgers,
with an offering of New York Style pizza. Inexpensive and
delectable, a wonderful on the go snack. They are situated in
the centre of Queenstown on Camp street. Pies. Who doesn’t
love pies, especially Kiwis Gourmet pies, will satisfy your
every desire at the Arrowtown Bakery. Located in
Buckingham Street in Arrowtown, a delicious snack on the

Smiths Craft Beer House offers some of the most excellent
craft beers. There is no better way to enjoy a relaxed
afternoon, with pulled porked fries matched with the ideal
craft beer. Be sure to go over to Shotover street and have an
enjoyable lunch at Smiths Craft Beer House

Madam Woo caters to traditional Malaysian Hawker meals.
Vibrant flavours with a unique and fun setting. Their sticky
pork rolls are just heavenly… situated on Lower Ballarat
Street at 5 The Mall, Queenstown.

Atlas offers craft beers, coffee, tapas as well as excellent
breakfasts and lunches. You have to order the steak, tender,
juicy and flavourful; it will make your experience. At the
back of the Steamer Wharf is where you will find Atlas,
offering up some beautiful lake views.

Make a booking for the Amisfield, an internationally known
restaurant. With an array of Chefs creating mouth-watering
meals from scratch. A must-try is their ” Trust the Chef”
Menu, boasting multiple courses creating a superb dining
experience. Amisfield is Lake Hayes Road, Frankton.

Another award-winning restaurant is Rata, holding a
Michelin starred Chef Josh Emmett who is internationally
recognized. Here you will be embraced by well balanced,
elegant cuisine.
I would suggest booking in advance to make sure you can
indulge in this refined cuisine. They can also be found on
Ballarat Street

Tequenos and burritos, all things Mexican, is that what you
crave? A must-try is the Caribe Latin Kitchen. An explosion
of tastes, with options for children too. 36 Ballarat Street is
where you will find this spicy restaurant.

Showing casing clear ice architecture, ice glasses served with
a range of drinks and cocktails; Minus 5 is a beautiful
experience. Everything handcrafted ice designs, be sure to
dress warmly before embarking on an icy adventure.

Habana is another must-try bar in Queenstown. It is
situated on Searle Lane, offering an extensive collection of
rums both local and international, making the tastiest

Calling on those sweet lovers, both adults and children will
genuinely enjoy the decadence that The Remarkables Lolly
The shop has on offer. You can treat yourself to quality
chocolates, sweets, fudge and nougat. They have a few shops
located in and around Queenstown such as the airport,
Buckingham Street, Arrowtown and Beach street



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