The restaurant is more than just a delightful play-on-words, nestled in Epson is this casual-meets-sophisticated restaurant that has a unique focus on seasonal dining paired with a decent collection of cellared wines. The menu offers a unique change from the usual offering that has included seared scallops, duck breast and more.
Located in the old fairytales building, Little Jimmy is a relatively new restaurant that has made quite a name for itself. Part-restaurant and part-bar, the restaurant side is brimming with a flavorsome selection that includes fresh fish, Angus beef sliders, deep fried pork croquets, and roasted chicken to name a few – and be sure to save room for dessert, as this restaurant is a haven for those with a sweet tooth.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this is well worth a visit during your time in Epsom.
The name says it all, this sake bar is made for groups, whether it be friends or a couple, this eatery brings you traditional Japanese cuisine served fresh and delicious that includes a sharing platter party menu, a variety of traditional sake which is all made with strong exotic flavors from Japan.
This buzzing café nestled down busy Great South Road in Epsom champions its focus on brunch, lunch and tasty takeaway food. It works as the perfect spot to pop in for a quick bite to eat or a lazy afternoon treat and coffee as you explore the city and surrounding areas. The café is bright and airy, decorated with local artwork, old school Vogue’s and serves local Coffee Supreme – what more could you want?
Here’s one for all you burger lovers out there, this burger joint, located in the heart of Epsom, has one clear goal: to serve the tastiest burgers in Auckland, and boy do they deliver. You’ll find a mouth-watering selection of burgers form Mexican beef dribbling with guacamole and corn salsa, thick chunky fries and even a selection of ice cream shakes. But don’t worry if you aren’t a meat eater, Corner Burger caters to all dietary requirements with gluten-free buns, vege-friendly offerings, and a dairy-free coconut and mango shake.
Let’s be real: you don’t get more kiwi than a good helping of the classic fish and chips, and if you’re going to be in Epsom you’d be a fool to miss the award-winning Greenwoods.these guys are award winning for a reason. Their chips are out-of-this world, pair that with some fresh fish in the perfect chirpy coating and you have yourself a textbook perfect fish and chip.