EXTENDED FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE
Due to popular demand, we have extended our mouthwatering Crayfish and Chardonnay promotion for the month of June.
Enjoy half a Crayfish and a glass of Vavasour Chardonnay for only $55. Half Crayfish 'thermidor' is served with English mustard and swiss cheese glaze.
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Available from 12 – 3pm, 7 days. Limited to half a Crayfish per person. Subject to availability. Available until 31 June 2017.
Largest selection of rosés available in town
The scent of summer is captured in a glass of rosé.
Flavours of watermelon, grilled stone fruit and crunchy pomegranate and New Zealand’s distinctive strawberry and cream aromas; rosé wines are the essential accompaniment to Auckland summer on the water’s edge.
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Relax in the afternoon sun and view the sparkling harbour through rosé tinted glasses imagining or remembering mediterranean journeys. Our dramatically expanded rosé list has its heart in the classic styles of southern france and the light, crisp, dry New Zealand wines that have been influenced by this region. With the most complete range of styles and regions in the city however, a rose can be found to suit all occasions and palates.
Pale, crisp and light styles have been selected for your afternoon enjoyment and fuller-bodied wines of greater complexity can be paired with delicate, seafood lunch dishes.
Explore the world of rosé by the glass, with the largest selection of rosés available in town - from Corsica, to Central Otago.
Month of March
It might be the year of the Monkey but March is definitely the month of the oyster on Princes Wharf!
Bluff oysters are back and we want to celebrate their return with a month of daily oyster deals, drink specials, free dinner giveaways, live music and much more for you to enjoy.
Euro, Coley & Punch, Fish Restaurant, The Culpeper and The Crab Shack are all involved, so head down to Princes Wharf for a month of mollusc madness you don’t want to miss!
We look forward to seeing you on Princes Wharf all through March!
Euro has reinvigorated the Viaduct. What's changed? Well, most obviously, it has a new executive chef. Gareth Stewart has moved over from Soul with aplomb, bringing his expertise and retaining the flair that has always been a strength of the place. Download the full review.
I think Euro is on the verge of something special. It’s been cut down to half of its original size, superchef Gareth Stewart has rebuilt the menu and suddenly everything feels almost perfect. Read the full Review at Viva.
The proper but still relaxed service, as always, was pitched at the perfect mid-point between knowledgeable and knowing. Our attentive waiter was not at all fazed by our decision to order seven dishes in all (nine counting dessert) and we were glad we did. Read the full review at the NZ Herald site