Thursday, September 8, 2011

How many restaurants and cafes are there on Norfolk?

For such a small island, you will be pleasantly surprised with the choice of places to eat!  Starting from cafes which are mostly located in town, family style restaurants that also offer children's menus, sporting clubs that have mostly blackboard menus to a la carte fine dining. The 'paddock to plate' experience is what it's all about and with all produce locally grown, you won't believe the taste! Freshly caught fish, local beef, traditional island dishes made with kumera, coconut or banana is just some of the choice. As a visitor, it's suggested you check the opening hours as some restaurants do close 1 or 2 nights a week. Ask the friendly staff at the Visitors Information Centre for more information.

3 comments:

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  3. We are planning to arrive on Norfolk Island on Easter Monday, staying in one of the cottages on the island.
    We are interested in knowing what our food choices will be on this public holiday.
    Will there be any dinning places, cafe's, fish and chip shops open?
    Alternatively, will be any supermarkets open, in case we may want to cook our own food in our cottage. (We will be buying milk, cereal, for breakfasts anyway).

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