In the early 1900s this space was a Victorian bathhouse, right on the beach, built to commemorate the coronation of Britain's King George V. Now a small kitchen turns out breakfast, lunch, fresh scones, tapas, and dinner. It's a beautiful spot and there are tables outside. The tapas menu starts at 3pm, and there's beer and cider on tap; so grab your spot and watch the sun go down.
28 Marine Parade, Queenstown, 9300, New Zealand
Nov 3, 2010
Another disappointment. This has changed hands since the first meal we had there. Very sad to see the decline in quality.