Hidden down a small lane on Lyttelton's main drag, you'll find one of Christchurch's best-kept dining secrets. There is no signage, no walk-ins, no hours and no menu.
Living in harmony with the seasons has many benefits, and dining at Gatherings is undoubtedly one of them.
Take one of Christchurch’s best chefs and his wealth of international experience, add his Andalusian-inspired dishes to an epic and interesting wine list, and top it all off with a sumptuous, luxe decor and you get Odeon.
What do you get when you marry the cosy vibes of an intimate pub with the sophistication of an inner city wine bar? You end up with the best of both worlds and the result is Downstairs on New Regent Street.
Found in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Christchurch's Riverside Market, is the small but perfectly primed kitchen that Black Burger calls home.
You’ll find a few golden nuggets interspersed around Tai Tapu, and General Post is one of them.
Tussock Hill Vineyard
The long and winding road up to Tussock Hill Vineyard & Cellar Door is as inconspicuous as it is rewarding.
A day exploring the magic being made by Greystone Wines in Waipara is a day well spent.
A stylish and cosy spot for breakfast, lunch or brunch, any day of the week.
Lyttelton’s Asian-fusion eatery, SUPER, is nothing short of what the name suggests.
Civil and Naval
This Lyttelton spot offers a well thought-out sharing menu dotted with memorable plates along with excellent wine, beer and cocktails.