A first class brewery and tour. Loads of history and beautifully maintained equipment. Ends with a leisurely taste of all the beers on tap.
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Have been going here for years now now when in Invercargill,and as anyone knows who reads my posts if all good I don't change, as the saying goes if not broken don't fix. but tonight the steak was just a little over done, mentioned it...More
Went originally just for a drink, but menu looked good. Booked a table as it was sat night, ordered seafood chowder in crusty cob loaf, it was enormous and fantastic. Skipped mains went straight for dessert, lemon meringue stack, again huge and delicious. Staff very...More
Friendly efficient staff made for a pleasurable dining experience. Good food and a nice atmosphere, centrally located.sharing your experiences, you're helping travelers make better choices and plan their dream trips. Thank you!
Rocked on into the the Speights Ale House tonight. First up a Cobb Loaf full of Chowder. Not hot enough for me, I like it scalding hot delivered to the table. They get a point for putting it in a loaf but overall the chowder...More
Went here a few times for drinks and went and eat there one night. Good food selction and meals were good.
We were staying at the Victoria Railway Hotel and phoned the Kiln at 9:05 as we were recommended to eat there by a taxi driver and told we could come for a meal. When we arrived, they told us that we were told wrong and...More
On a wet miserable day on our summer holiday we called in here at about 2pm hoping for some lunch. What a lovely warm welcome we got ... "absolutely" we could have lunch, so we settled down by the welcoming fire. Lots on the menu...More
When we arrived at the restaurant we were told we could expect a 20 minute wait for food- that was fine. The restaurant was far from full with one large group of 15 people. Over an hour later we finally got served, now this place...More