Had lunch here not quite sure if this is the hotel site. It was the hotel I ate at and it was very nice.
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We recently had reason to visit Banks Peninsula (which can be a days travel) with family who suggested we visit the Duivauchelle Bistro for lunch. It was a very pleasant lunch and well priced. The view is brilliant and the facilities good for a small...More
Stopped here recently and found the food ok, not great but ok. The food we ordered was over cooked and the surroundings lacked ambience which was sad as it has been rebuilt since I last visited. Bathrooms were modern and clean.
Had a beautiful lunch at Duvauchelles Hotel yesterday, wasn't too busy and even though there was only one person serving we didn't wait too long and the food was lovely.
Trina and her team offer great value food and friendly service. Fish and chips seems to be a luxury item in Akaroa, so it's very pleasing to find a better priced alternative. You can order your meal, enjoy a drink on the deck looking right...More
We ordered fish and chips from here and sat on the deck and ate them looking over the Harbour. We were suprised at the great price. We looked at fish and chips in Akaroa and it would of cost a fortune. We ordered two blue...More
Went on a Saturday night and being Winter was fairly quiet. Decided to have a "deal" which was a Roast Pork dinner with a glass of wine (or beer) for $15. After a short wait a huge meal of nicely cooked pork, crackling and a...More
Stopped for dinner on way home from Akaroa and pleased we did!! Friendly welcome and relaxing atmosphere to sit and enjoy your meal. I would like to go again in the winter when the fire is going, it would be very cosy. The hotel has...More
Wow!! Great place, good food, nice beers, free pool table and jukebox, what a nice place to go to, friendly locals, great bar staff, very clean and tidy, nice and warm on this cold evening while its freezing outside, nice deck to sit on and...More
If this is the cafe on the left hand side as you are driving towards Akaroa, with the decking out the front, near a little church....then, we left disappointed! We'd been to this cafe/restaurant 3 years ago and had a wonderful meal so decided to...More