The Abbey Bar & Kitchen
Auckland City 09-524 6190
Try our new Working Lunch 2 COURSES $35 includes…
- Mon – Sun 11.30am – late
- Business Dining
- Children's Menu
- Live Music
- Private Dining Room
- Private Functions
- Private Parties
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners
- Price Range: Moderate, $15 - $25
- Dress Code: Smart casual
- Alcohol: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- Parking: Free On-Street
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Delivers: No
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Dietary Restrictions: Vegetarian
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: Yes
- Meals: Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Dessert
Great times and outstanding Kiwi Cuisine mix to provide you a place, just like home, to meet with old friends and make new friends. We have painstakenly developed our menu to bring you the very best of classic New Zealand cuisine with our own unique twist.
TRY OUT NEW WORKING LUNCH 2 COURSES $35 includes a glass of premium select wine from Monday – Friday
Open 7 days a week from 11.30am till late an ideal location for lunch & dinner, drinks & nibbles, cocktails & dessert.
18 Reviews for The Abbey Bar & Kitchen
My tortellini (the special on the day) was well cooked however the sauce was rather strong and over powered the dish. The pork belly was good.
The service was great.
Just a bit expensive for what you get.
I ordered the Duck which is one of my all time fav’s followed by the Ginger Cake Pudding. It was some of our fellow diners first time at The Abbey and they will all be coming back.
Ordered the Mango Chicken Salad from the Lunch Menu.
I received – half a cup of lettuce, two pieces of charred chicken and a few slithers of Avocado and Mango. – Not really worth the $22 we Paid. – not to mention the time we had to wait for this “meal”.
Staff were rude, and uninterested.
Not worth it – Don’t waste your time.
Expensive for small servings.
We shared a pork belly entree, it had a chocolate and orange souffle and sesame sauce. The souffle was flabby and sunk and way too sweet, I dont remember a sesame sauce, and the very small bit of pork belly was completely overcooked dry and tough. and it was $22 !
Mains I had pork loin with a carrot & hazlenut souffle, and he had beef steak with gorgonzola and a horseradish ‘mousseline’ what ever thats sposed to be.
My pork again was so overcooked it was awful, and small – maybe 8x5cm!! the souffle was raw batter in the middle and looked like a scone. I only ate the spinach quinelle and left the rest on the plate it was that awful.
The steak was OK but the horseradish thing ended up being something like a yorkshire pud, only dense and flabby and tasted like flour not horseradish.
It’s local and I’ve eaten here three times now and the food is good but the atmosphere does my head in.
Notice to management: People trying to eat nice meals and paying top price for them shouldn’t have to sit two feet away from pokie machines and the desperados playing them.
When you’re eating you have to contend with the noise and atmosphere of a bar,while the drinkers are packed like sardines into one corner while the pokie junkies come and go.
Do one thing well, not three things badly.
Good place for special occasions.
Exciting and careful presentation
Exploding with flavor
Portions are not for the starving
We had the scallop and salmon ravioli and the beef with blue cheese. delicious!
the rack of lamb was standard
and the polenta was fine.
They have a huge range of wines here.
Service is good.