Fishbone is located in the heart of Queenstown, close to many of the other restaurants and shops in town. They offer fresh seafood with a menu that changes daily, so it’s quite exciting to see what will be on offer today!
Gourmet is usually the last word you would associate with frozen home delivered meals, but new kid on the block Dish’d is looking to change that, with a wide selection of tasty and yes, gourmet meals delivered straight to your door the next business day after you order online at www.dishd.com.au. All you need to do is heat up the meals (or defrost them if they’re a dessert) and in about 5-10 minutes, you’ve got yourself a pretty decent dinner when you get home from work!
Over the last winter season, I did a short snowboarding trip to Queenstown again! Apart from being one of the most beautiful small towns in the world, it’s also home to a lot of amazing food. Our group did a run to the amazing Fergburger every day but aside from that, we set out to try as many tasty restaurants as possible for each dinner.
Recently there’s been news of some interesting changes happening over at the Castle Hill McDonald’s branch. Maccas is trialling some new changes to the way they serve customers, and when I heard that you could now create your own burgers and receive table service, I knew I just had to give the golden arches a visit.
You won’t miss the bright neon sign of the Bridge Street Garage when you walk through the city, and we were drawn in like moths to a flame. The Garage is an American themed restaurant with a bar area fronting the street and large tables at the back for a sit-down dinner. Our group settled easily into a comfortable booth facing the kitchen. The American theme also extended to the drinks list with beers such as Samuel Adams available on the menu.