EURO

Good Food Guide - - Auckland -

15/20

Euro’s longevity as a provider of higher-end din­ing has made it an Auck­land hospi­tal­ity in­sti­tu­tion. Af­ter pe­ri­ods where the bright­ness of its sheen has dimmed slightly, Euro to­day is stronger than ever. In its dock­side lo­ca­tion, the din­ing en­vi­ron­ment is pol­ished and pro­fes­sional, with an air of for­mal­ity ev­i­denced through its crisp ta­ble set­tings and staff at­tire. It con­tin­ues to be a leader in the pro­vi­sion of high-qual­ity ser­vice and the menu is rock solid, tak­ing a “some­thing for ev­ery­one” ap­proach, not afraid to keep serv­ing time­tested favourites such as fried chicken and Pek­ing duck, while equally happy to in­tro­duce Caro­line Bay floun­der and Wakanui rump. Por­tion sizes are gen­er­ous and the drinks list ex­ten­sive. Euro is very clear about who its din­ing au­di­ence is and it works hard to sat­isfy their needs.

Shed 22, Princes Wharf, 09 309 9866; eu­ro­bar.co.nz Lunch & din­ner 7 days; mains $29-$52

Multi-faceted bistro IN BRIEF din­ing with ex­cel­lent ser­vice

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