Anything from Mudbrick Restaurant.
Robyn’s menu is divine.
Hungarian bread from the Ostend Saturday Morning Market.
We both love it the one with Feta, chopped tomato and basil on top.
The Battered Oysters with Wasabi-Mayo at Oyster Inn
Christina doesn’t even like oysters but she loves these ones
Beautiful green-lipped mussels
Found on some secret rocks you’ll have to ask Kelly about, around Onetangi and Pie-Melon Bay. Large, juicy and sweet.
Gelato from Island Gelato in Oneroa.
There’s often a queue, but it’s worth the wait.
Oneroa Beach Club Big Breakfast
For those of you that have overindulged the night before. The Portobello mushrooms are to die-for.
Maui snapper ceviche from The Verandah Bar at Cable Bay Vineyard.
Not expensive, at $19 a hit, this is mouth-watering.
Te Motu oysters.
Grown on the island, and can be purchased from the fish shop outside the supermarket. The staff there have lots of ideas about how to serve them.
Wood-fried pizzas on Little Oneroa Beach.
A wonderful way to end the day, a pizza picnic at Little O’, complete with playground for the little kids, a beach for older kids, and grass for tired parents to lie back on and watch the clouds go past.
Tapas from Casita Miro.
A great rustic atmosphere, with little tastes from Spain and the Mediterranean. Worth a visit, or stay for a meal.