This little restaurant has a terrace with a beautiful view of the water and their fish and chip is the best one I ever eaten ! Take the Fish and Chip and you won’t regret it !
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This place was brilliant. My husband and I went for brunch and the food was absolutely delicious. It was packed when we got there so we sat out the back in the courtyard, which was nice, but if you can, grab a seat out front...More
Cruised into Akaroa and disembarked to wander around this little town. Ended up at Bully Hayes Restaurant & Bar. looking for coffees and sweets. Place was packed and getting a table took some time. Coffee ordered and was prepared to wait a bit due to...More
Our BnB hosts told us they end up at Bully Hayes more often than not themselves and now we know why. Fantastic location overlooking the sea, varied menu, very friendly, efficient staff and the food was wonderful. The house salad was a meal on its...More
We were told the food here was great and good value but service was slow. Not at all we were served quickly and efficiently. I had a local Rose wine $10.80 for 150ml and hubby had the Montieth Special Ale of the Month called Pale...More
Bully Hayes restaurant never fails to please me and my sometime awkward taste buds. Enjoy your meal either inside or outside it never changes the service experience in my opinion. Great selection of entrees, mains and of course I always get a desert to finish.....More
The Restaurent is right in front of an amazing beach and harbour front, best to enjoy your morning and evening meal here while enjoying the beautiful view and good food.
Myself and two friends went over for the day and we found ourselves at Bully Hayes. I chose the Kiwi Burger and I must say it was amazing. The other two chose the fish burger and they had the same experience. Staff were friendly, perfect...More
I had the seafood chowder and it came 15 minutes before everyone’s else’s meals, bit weird! Chowder was slightly above average, bread was ok. Blue cod (fish and chips) was very good, but the chips were soggy. There was a cruise ship in that day...More