2 Courses $35
Introducing Euro’s Prix Fixe lunch menu!
Sample Executive Chef Gareth Stewart's handiwork in a two-course set menu for $35 or three-course set menu for an extra $10.
The prix fixe set menu offers you a choice of three appetisers, three main courses (including the popular slow cooked lamb shoulder) and two desserts.
Also enjoy a glass of Mumm Cordon Rouge for $15 when dining on this menu and every additional glass only $18.
*Terms and Conditions apply
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*Available 7 days, 12pm - 4pm for the month of September. Subject to availability. Cannot be used in conjunction with another promotion. Booking advised.
For the month of September
From 1 September 2017 Airpoints members can earn 2 Airpoints Dollars™ per $100 spent at Euro – and we’re doubling this for the month of September.
Take your next culinary craving out at Euro Bar to earn 2x Airpoints Dollars.
Offer ends 30 September. Terms and conditions apply*
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*2x Airpoints Dollars offer is only available at Euro Bar and Restaurant, The Culpeper, Coley and Punch, The Crab Shack Auckland & Wellington, Pravda Cafe, Shed 5 and Jervois Steak House Auckland and Queenstown and is valid from 1 – 30 September 2017. Airpoints members must present their Airpoints membership card at the time of bill settlement to earn Airpoints Dollars. Airpoints Dollars earn is not available at Fish or Bistro Lago restaurants. Airpoints members can earn to a maximum of 400 Airpoints Dollars. Airpoints Dollars cannot be earned in conjunction with any other promotion.
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
We’ve waited for the return of this waterfront dining institution – and it’s back. We’re happy to report that Euro’s new look and menu under the watchful eye of Executive Chef and My Kitchen Rules judge Gareth Stewart, is destined to woo with just as much gusto as before. Read the full review at The Denizen.