Reviews for Conch Kitchen & Bar
by The Incredible Edible
7 days ago
Conch is a very cool eatery in Ponsonby, who would've thought this place existed. When you look at the front it just looks like a bar then you walk through to the back and they have outdoor covered booths, a small kitchen and woodfire oven.
The food is awesome too. Pizzas are good and the short ribs are amazing.
Friendly chilled out service
Great place to catch up with friends
by Feisy Seaver
2 months ago
It was a pleasant surprised finding this place. I wasnt aware this was a restaurant, decided to try it and was happy!
Quite cheap. Good food. Mexican style. You an sit out back. Very rustic.
Tried the ceviche, tacos and apple tart. Will come back for sure!
7 months ago
Delicious food and friendly service. We all enjoyed our food, sharing Portuguese chicken, pork tacos, beef rib, rosemary potatoes and a very good creme Catalan (which I refused to share it was too good). Will be back!!
Mar 07, 2014
Wow!!! This restaurant is by far the best one I've been to in months!!!
To be honest, I've discovered that place one evening because my friend and I were just looking for a nice place to seat and have one last glass of wine and a desert. The service was perfect and oh my god! Their deserts are amazing!
So, I went back two weeks later to try their food and a bit more wine and I still remember the flavors and I want more! So we tried a few dishes. We shared every dishes and it was a good way to discovers that they are the master of all their food! I wasn't disappointed by any dish!
Ill go there again and again and will recommand it to everyone!
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