This is one of the island's best dining venues. Occupying a cute white timber cottage set in a garden, it's open at 10 am every day (except Sunday) for coffee and cake, and follows up with lunch and dinner. Evening diners may want to start with the pork rillettes (shredded pork served with wafer-thin bread), and then try one of the locally caught fish, such as trumpetfish or wahoo. The beef with homegrown vegetables and beef cheek tortellini are popular, and portions are
generous. The chef also runs a cooking school. You'll find Hilli's in the same building as the Cyclorama attraction, behind the Pitcairn Settlers Village.
39 Queen Elizabeth Ave., Burnt Pine, Norfolk Island