Fresh fish beautifully cooked, good menu selection
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Perhaps the best advice is to ignore the "seafood restaurant" label - Marinovich does a good meal of traditional fish and chips with simple side salads served in a simple but comfortable cafe-style setting. They also offer a limited range of alcoholic beverages. If that's...More
Spent the night in New Plymouth and wanted lamb - so hard to find this on any menu but then we found Marinovich's so had seafood chowder and rack of lamb which was melt i the mouth. My husband had the seafood platter which was...More
Well, what do you expect when you walk into a seafood restaurant and see fries & burgers on the plates of the other guests. But even our low expectations were failed: the tiger prawns obviously went from fridge to fryer and had a gum-like watery...More
Possibly one of the longest established eating places in the city and its menu and environment are almost the same as fifty years ago. Good for a slap-up feed ob Fish'n Chips
It took us forever to get seats, but overall the food was good. I can't remember what I had, but do remember it being decent.
After a long day, the Hotel Restuarant just did not look enticing. Marinovichs however did! Fantastic Tarakihi crumbed with genuine home made chips and salad. Good service to top it off. Many thanks.
Portions were too big - ask for a half portion to survive beyond the mains. Good value and well cooked though the beer batter was a little oily. The fish was obviously fresh and the setting ok. Dont go for inspiration but do go for...More
This is where the locals eat,even recommend at the Information centre. Went twice, its great with many dishes to chose from. The fish of the day ( usually 4/5 ) is fresh and delicious Also steaks etc
During our travels, we are always on the lookout for a restaurant that serves good food, is inexpensive and allows BYO. Frankly, these are few and far between. However, we did find one in New Plymouth – Marinovich’s Seafood Restaurant & Café. It’s been in...More