Recommended Viaduct Restaurants -
Viaduct Restaurants - The Auckland Viaduct Harbour offers a fantastic choice of restaurants to dine out. Add in the great views over the Viaduct Harbour, you've got one of Auckland's most popular dining spots. We've selected our favourite Viaduct restaurants covering an award winning bistro to an exceptional seafood restaurant and more. Scroll down for ViewAuckland.co.nz's recommended Viaduct restaurants.
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A premium seafood and seaside dining experience, Kermadec is located in the heart of the Auckland Viaduct with magical harbour views and can cater to any occasion. A must if heading to the Viaduct Restaurants.
1st Floor, Viaduct Harbour,
Level 1/204 Quay Street,
Buffalo Bar and Grill, located Princess Wharf, Auckland, is the best place to come for a great meal, friendly service and beautiful waterside views.
Free car parking in Downtown carpark for groups over 4 people.
Vibrant and iconic, Degree is a venue that's humming from lunch through to dinner, and then on until the early hours of the morning. Enjoy a glass of New Zealand’s finest beer or wine, sample the delicious seafood dishes and platters to share with friends or relax and enjoy the live music and resident DJs.
Degree’s extensive menu has something for everyone, including pizzas, seafood, burgers or stonegrill dining - where you cook at your table on a hot volcanic stone - a healthy and delicious way to dine. Enjoy the views over Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour.
204 Quay Street,
The Euro Restaurant and Bar on Princes Wharf, Auckland Viaduct Harbour, is located on the water's edge. Offering fantastic food by Simon Gault matched with superb service from knowledgeable staff.
147 Quay Street,
Grand Harbour was established in 2000 and they strive to serve the most authentic Hong Kong-style dishes in Auckland, a city with no shortage of Asian dining experiences. Grand Harbour is one of the best Viaduct restaurants.
Cnr Pakenham and Custom Street West,
Monsoon Poon, on Customs Street in Downtown Auckland and on the edge of the Auckland Viaduct, is a South East trading house with cuisine from India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines. One of the few recommended Viaduct restaurants.
Cnr Hobson and Custom Street,
The Soul Bar & Bistro is in the heart of the Auckland Viaduct Harbour. Its elegant all-weather terrace faces west to catch the spectacular sunsets, and is enjoyed by many people. The awards say it is the best of the Viaduct restaurants.
Viaduct Harbour Avenue,
Celebrating a decade of excellent food and service, Y NOT Restaurant & Bar is conveniently located on Auckland's stunning Princes Wharf. Setting the pulse of the bustling waterfront vibe YNOT's large outdoor seating area and comfortable dining room atmosphere bar cater for a relaxing cocktail or glass of wine. Y NOT’s elegant wine list compliment modern NZ cuisine with some traditional favourites thrown in to make any casual afternoon or romantic seaside evening meal a pleasurable experience. Y NOT's versatility offers an ideal venue for large groups and private functions or a variety of corporate gatherings.
Shed 23, Princes Wharf,