Restaurants in Newmarket

Auckland Restaurants excel in offering local seafood dishes and Pacific Rim variations. For waterside views, many of the restaurants are located in the Viaduct Harbour, Princes Wharf and Wynyard Quarter preccincts. 

Auckland is packed full of every kind of restaurant. All budgets are catered for, from swanky, waterside dining, to laid back pub grub. Away from the watefront areas, The Britomart is the place to head to for designer fashion labels and some of the most stylish bars and restaurants in the city. The wilder side of town in Karangahape Road offers lots of cafes and cusine from around the world, sitting alongside the various late night clubs. Hop across on the ferry to Devonport and enjoy a relaxing meal in a seaside village setting with also has some of the best views of Auckland's skyline. Two of the most popular dining districts with Aucklanders are found in the suburbs of Parnell and Ponsonby, with their eclectic range of bars, cafes and some very upmarket restaurants. Use of 'Auckland Restaurants Guide' for more ideas on eating out.

U-Thai Restaurant

The appropriately-named U-Thai Restaurant (meaning literally 'living in Thailand') prides itself on providing an immersive dining experience that transports guests to one of the old Siam.

Ile de France

All the way from Strasbourg in the Alsace, the in-house kitchen master at Ile de France, Chef Gilles Papst, brings a hearty array of traditional French classics.

Doolan Brothers Newmarket

Bustling Irish bar in central Newmarket, a few minutes walk from the train station. Great craic, live music, comprehensive menu and good, old-fashioned Irish hospitality. Busy at weekends.