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Gantleys Restaurant

French flourish and fine wines at this beloved Queenstown institution

Surrounded by two acres of landscaped gardens, this handsome stone building, despite its longevity as one of the best fine dining restaurants on the South Island, hasn’t been resting on its laurels. Built in 1863 as an inn for gold miners, the French influenced menu is a gorgeous counterpoint to the rustic, bucolic feel of the clubby interior; all honeyed woods and over stuffed red leather armchairs. Central Otago wines make a crisp and subtle accompaniment which doesn’t steal the show from the knock out dishes such as seared north Atlantic scallops, Cardrona Merino lamb cutlets and wild Fiordland venison fillets.


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