Central city favourite, The Bicycle Thief, is back, but rural.
REVIEW: Venuti offers full flavoured tried and true classics.
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.
Meshino has some great food and a busy Sunday atmosphere.
A restaurant that brings the night sky indoors.
Shop Eight's fresh start brings some dazzling dishes.
A Friday night surge brings this Thai restaurant alive.
This gastropub delivers the goods even when under siege by golfers.
A mushroom pizza stars in this family meal out.
The buzz and the atmosphere is the big draw for Orleans Restaurant in Christchurch.
Mexican food has come but it definitely hasn't gone, not when it tastes this good.
Bistro food from fine dining chefs - that has to be a good deal.
Made Espresso Bar does a great office lunch, dine in or take away.
Castrols Garage does a great pizza but the service is hit and miss.
Cafe Raeward is family-friendly but the brunch is hit and miss.
REVIEW: A taste of Home, the container restaurant on Victoria St.
This new bar does great drinks but the decor needs work.
Gentle Giant delivers on flavour and creativity.
Teenage driver in serious condition at Dunedin Hospital after a serious crash in Queenstown overnight.
Pot Sticker on Poplar gives us a meal of delicious dumplings.
REVIEW: Johnny Sausage serves up excellent pizza.
The Store at Kekerengu has excellent pecan pie and a sunny deck.
REVIEW: Eating Out with Ewan Sargent
The results are in: here are this year's best Christchurch restaurants judged by Zest.
REVIEW: This little seaside bistro shows big ambition.
REVIEW: Copper Road at the site of the former Brew Moon has plenty of potential in its rural market.
REVIEW: Classy dishes from a container
REVIEW: Twenty Seven Steps must go on your wish list.
The Daisy Theatre is an act of magic. The cast is comprised of inanimate objects, but they come alive.