Elliott Stables Epicurean Village Information
Located on Elliott Street in central Auckland City, Elliott Stables Epicurean Village is a unique culinary experience just waiting to be discovered by the food enthusiast. Located only metres from The Edge and The Civic, Elliott Stables is fast becoming the go-to restaurant for pre-show and post-show dining.
The Elliott Stables Epicurean Village philospohy is "Come in and sit anywhere: eat and drink from everywhere." Wander in and choose a table in the Village Common, browse all the menus and enjoy your meals and beverages from our range of international restaurants with ethnic and local fare. Check out some of the eateries at Elliott Stables listed below to see what they've got to offer!
De Niro Risorante
El Faro Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar
Torchon French Creperie
Mon - Sat: Various, with certain eateries open for breakfast from 07:00am til late
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Avg Food Spend
$$$ per person
Bar Menu, Pre Theatre Menu, After Theatre Menu, Set Lunch Menu, Take Away Service, A La Carte Menu, Breakfast Menu
Every weekday 17:00pm - 18:00pm is Happy Hour with 25% off drinks at the Eateries
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
Absolutely love this place, keep going back for more! It's in the perfect spot for pre-comedy or movie or show dinner, and it has the ease and simplicity of a food hall but way classier!The jazz on wednesdays and sundays is a lovely touch too.My partner can't go past the value-for-money Frankie's sausage meals (16 different types of sausage?!) but I lean towards the ribs at the new Cuban place (can't remember the place) or the bacon-wrapped chicken tenderloins, salad and chips at the grill place (again, the name escapes me). But depending on whatever you fancy, it has everything you could want - japanese, spanish, french - pasta, bruschetta, crepes - the list is endless!Hugely recommend to anyone who hasn't tried it - everyone I recommend it to ends up recommending it to everyone they know too!
I can't get enough of this place. Me and husband have completely different tastes, especially when it comes to world food. So when we can't decide, we go there and we can choose whatever we want.
Props to De Niro, awesome pastas and pizzas, Bonz for the yummy fried chicken and Frankies for never failing to deliver a good sausage meal. Can never go wrong for lunch there! Dinner is a bit pricier but still very worth it.
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