Fine dining food at Eagles Nest, Russell, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Cuisine


Gourmet Epicure and Personal Chefs, Local Food and Wine, Self Catering & the Bay of Islands Farmers Market.

Gourmet Epicure and Personal Chefs

Dining is an integral part of the Eagles Nest experience. Let the team of talented resident personal chefs awaken and delight the connoisseur within. Eagles Nest’s “Gourmet Epicure” showcases a diverse array of New Zealand’s finest produce sourced locally and nationwide to provide a true sensation for all the senses to savor. Personal Chef Menus can be downloaded from the Downloaded Info Section of this website.

Local Food and Wine

Northland Vineyards consistently produce medal-winning wines and all welcome visitors for tastings and cellar door sales. Accolades have been awarded to Northland Cheesemakers for their delicious cheeses. Citrus fruits and olives are grown widely. Locally made chocolate and coffee beans are a treat. The seafood is plentiful, fresh and magnificently varied. For great seaside dining options in Russell, visit   The Duke of MarlboroughThe Gables, Kamakura Waterfront Restaurant   or  Sally’s. For further information on the local areas food and wine options, please visit  Northland’s Official Website

Self Catering

Guests have the option of utilizing their very own gourmet kitchen within their own private villa. Each villa features modern appliances including ovens, hobs, toasters, kettles, dishwashers, crockery and cutlery. Villas can be pre-stocked with your selection of provisions for a nominal fee or choose from two local   general stores and the local Gourmet Grocer only two minutes drive from the Estate.

Bay of Islands Farmers Market

The Bay of Islands Farmers Market, which is held in Kerikeri, every Sunday morning, is a leisurely affair. It began in October 2004 and is currently the countrys largest market of its type. As well as fresh regional grown vegetables, it attracts speciality produce and gourmet goods including locally roasted coffee. Sub tropical fruit abounds, whether in preserves, jams or jellies.