Reviews for The Landing Restaurant & Bar
by Pauline Bennett
27 days ago
Top quality food here - my steak was cooked perfectly and my daughter's prawn risotto was pronounced to be absolutely delicious. Great service and smiles all round.
by Andrei Mahalean
3 months ago
Bit on the pricey side, but it's worth every penny. Oysters are fresh and tasty, and the steak I had was perfectly cooked, garnished with bacon, potato bake and beans. Atmosphere is intimate, will go there again at some point soon.
Dec 19, 2013
We have been, as a Company, to The Landing Restaurant 3 times now, the last time being 10th December & the experience has been outstanding. The food is fantastic, 2 of the functions were Xmas themed & the table layout & planning was amazing, service is brilliant & the food is always delicious. Nothing was too much trouble. Would always go back again. We also have been on a Sunday for Pizza & a Wine while out cycling, they do a great Pizza. Highly recommend.
by Brenda Woolly
Nov 17, 2013
We have had 2 special celebration functions at the Landing in the last 18 months. The last being on Saturday 2 November 2013. The staff were attentive and accommodating from the start of planning for both functions till the very last minute on the night. Our guests raved about the delicious food, the great venue and how organized and smoothly both functions went. We highly recommend The Landing for its exceptional service and food but mostly for the professionalism and warmth of such an outstanding team
by Andy Anderson
Oct 27, 2013
We enjoyed another visit to The Landing in Onehunga last night.
A drink in the sports bar and a meal in the adjacent restaurant went well. This place is a hidden gem!
Easy parking, hospitable staff, stately premises, generous delicious meals, make for a comforting night out.
Tho I am in trouble for not being able to take my eyes off waitress.
Sep 01, 2013
We came here to treat my Dad for father's day as he'd talked about coming here for a long time. The food was fantastic, we ordered the seafood platter - the food was both plentiful and delicious.
The staff were amazing right through out and we'd like to thank them especially for all their help.
by Nicky Clark
Aug 11, 2013
Went there on a cold, raining Sunday night and the atmosphere was amazing. We sat next to the fire and told if its too hot they could turn it down for us, it was very cosy and the waiter was very attentive, professional and great at his job.
He was very friendly and provided great customer service.
I had the fish & chips and my partner had the Sunday Oyster special with garlic bread and we were not left disappointed. The fish and oysters were fresh and the serving size was definitely worth the price. It is definitely worth going to if you enjoy fresh seafood and well cooked and portioned meals. The service is personable and we will definitely be going back.
by Rebecca Keesing
Apr 29, 2013
Attentive service despite the wait staff having to also look after a large table. I had the crispy skinned snapper. It was served on a bed of mash which sort of killed any crispyness there may have been. But it still tasted good. The head waitress is consistently professional yet still personable and friendly. I'm so pleased Onehunga has somewhere open in the evenings I can take friends to that isn't a takeaway bar or workingman's club!
by Jesse James .
Sep 22, 2012
Very good dinner here recently. Had a large group and they accomodated us very well.
I found it kind of funny that one of the guys working there looked like the cat that got the cream.
Can't really fault the place.
I have been back and the service is really good, they are good at organising things.
I got the fish and chips special and did not really like the fish. However the cheesecake and tiramisu were delicious!
by Leanne Taylor
Aug 09, 2012
Had lunch here today and it was lovely sitting by the fire. The waitress was very attentive and friendly and the food was good. Opted for the $20 menu with an entree and a main. The seafood chowder was good and thank goodness it didn't have any cream (which was offered) as it would be hard to eat that and a main. The chowder was served with a generous piece of garlic bread. The main was fish and chips, fresh gurnard and light crunchy batter and wasabi mayo (could have had a bit more wasabi for me). The chips were also light and crunchy - just would have liked a bit more salad with the meal, but to be fair it was "fish and chips". Even had a glass of wine with the meal for $5 - so all good!
Mar 15, 2012
What a fantastic venue - cool atmosphere and the food was great! I overheard that the owner was putting a lot of work into the place and i must say the place looks great - even has one of those things from the titanic (the ship speed control maybe?) that you can ring and feel 12 again! Not being much of a seafood person i ordered the steak as my main. PERFECTLY cooked, and i kept having difficulty choosing what to eat as my next mouthful - the beans and potato tasted just as good! I also tried a few scallops from my partners entree - they were really good too and i loved the sauce they were in. Lastly i had the brownie which topped off the meal nicely - i then rolled out of there full as a bull. Only criticism? The girls bathrooms could be done up a little nicer - loved the 'inbound' sign for girls and 'outbound' for guys though - a very cool touch!
by Isaac Valach
Oct 12, 2011
Once we had entered the restaurant we were greeted by a very friendly waitress, taken to our table and we were well lokked after.
Although the menu selections were small the food arrived in a very quick manner and was fantastic. Overall for 2 entree's 2 mains 2 desserts and 4 drinks 9/10 $115.00.
Will be back!
by Timothy Maifeleni
Sep 15, 2009
this little place is tucked back behind the mangere bridge and is... ok
thought it was a bit expensive for what we paid but still nice food
a variety of seafood - calamari and mussel chowder are great.
tuna, steaks and rack of lamb not too flash
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