Eight wines are competing to be named Canterburys best.
REVIEW: Venuti offers full flavoured tried and true classics.
A Christchurch farmers' market has taken a stand against single-use coffee cups to help save the planet.
Get your lunch delivered or check out the Friday street food market in Cathedral Square.
Les Mills' in-house cafe has healthy eats, but the service is sulky and lacklustre.
Cold beer and comfort food – what's not to like about the occasional pub meal.
Neat Places finds two food containers and one food truck doing things a bit differently in Christchurch.
Meshino has some great food and a busy Sunday atmosphere.
A restaurant that brings the night sky indoors.
A "cosy speakeasy-style" bar and cafe is opening in the Old Government Building in Cathedral Square.
Eating local has become fashionable. Here are three cafes embracing it in Canterbury.
Naked sausages bare all to win over the fans.
Dubba Dubba fast Moroccan is delicious and quick and a serious meal.
Roasting your own coffee beans has become trendy for cafes. Here are three in Christchurch doing it.
The Canterbury craft beer community has much to be proud of these days, not least, the recent results of the New World Beer and Cider Awards.
Michelin-star chef-owner Josh Emett has confirmed he could open one of his acclaimed Madam Woo restaurants in Christchurch.
Shop Eight's fresh start brings some dazzling dishes.
MoCoffee at Margaret Mahy Family Playground is the designer's first portable prototype.
Gas Monkey is a great stop for families looking for an affordable meal out.
Fresh starts are coming for hospitality spots in Moorhouse Ave and Bishopdale.
Keep the barbecue covers off this autumn and experience the amazing flavours of long, slow cooking.
LB and Co does a delicious classic version of mushroom risotto.
Wine and cheese, the perfect pairing. Neat Places goes on the hunt for some local stores selling the finest.
Lick your lips: The food show season kicks off in Christchurch.
If you're in the mood for a tasty slice, here are some of the best spots around Christchurch.
A Friday night surge brings this Thai restaurant alive.
The Great Kiwi Beer Festival will serve its own brew on Saturday, and Tommy Taco has re-opened.
This gastropub delivers the goods even when under siege by golfers.
New Japanese and Moroccan restaurants open, and a bakery offers more Cantabrians free cakes.
Our food revolution races on - but where we are going?