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August 14, 2007
From journal 2005 Trip to New Zealand
March 24, 2004
On the second story of the steamer wharf building lies this quaint restaurant that’s larger than it first appears. The Boardwalk overlooks Lake Wakatipu and the Remarkables, at which I felt I’d never tire of staring.
The service here was the best I had in New Zealand. My waitress came by so many times, she was practically dining with us, but she was so friendly she seemed unobtrusive. I just had to think about being thirsty and my glass was filled.
The seafood menu was very extensive - I can’t even remember half of the stuff on it, and I like seafood. They had menus that clearly described the native fish and were inclusive of pictures.
If you don’t care for seafood, they also have New Zealand’s classic lamb and cervena (native venison).
They say that reservations are recommended; however, we were in Queenstown during the busiest time of the year (New Year’s Eve) and there was no way to get seated without a reservation a couple of days in advance.
Seek out Boardwalk for a seafood adventure and hopefully you’ll also get seated by the window to take on the sea via the view and the exquisite tastes.
From journal Queenstown: Something for Everyone