Two Fifteen Bistro
Auckland City 09 630 6474
- Tues – Sat 5.30pm – Late
- Friday Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm
- Business Dining
- Children's Menu
- Conference Facilities
- Private Dining Room
- Private Functions
- Private Parties
- Romantic Dining
- Wedding Functions
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners
- Price Range: Spendy, $25 - $35
- Dress Code: Casual
- Alcohol: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- Seating for: 70 & private upstairs room for 10 - 28 people
- BYO/Corkage: No BYO
- Parking: Free Off-Street, Free On-Street
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: No
- Delivers: No
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Dietary Restrictions: Vegetarian, Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Soy-free
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: No
- Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
- Wi-Fi: None
Local Mt Eden Bistro.
Culinary fare Restaurant of the year winner (2010).
A Metro top 50 restaurant in Auckland every year since opening: 2009,2010,2011,2012 and 2013
Cuisine finalist (2010, 2011) and runner-up for best neighbourhood restaurant (2010).
Two Fifteen Bistro serve house made breads, sausages, cured hams, cold smoked salmon all made on site.
Two private air conditioned private dining rooms available for up to 28 people. Excellent for pre dinner drinks before a sit down meal or use for a cocktail party up to 40 people. See our website for more details and menu options
27 Reviews for Two Fifteen Bistro
One of Two Fifteen Bistro's Favourite Reviews What's This?
Was there for dinner. Great quality food and great value for money. Attentive and courteous staff. Very unpretentious. Ticks all the boxes.
Well worth the visit.
The flash-fried squid is lovely, and of course, the snapper with risotto isn’t a local favourite without reason. Pork belly? Divine.
I see others have noted noise problems. This isn’t something I’ve ever noticed, nor my guests. I’ve brought many people to twofifteen and all have really enjoyed their dining experience.
In fact, one guest was so conflicted over which dessert to choose, she ordered the lot! Five desserts between two of us was a struggle. Pannacotta and creme brulee are, for me, the best of the great offerings.
And Jeremy, you’re a star!
Our second time there and we’ll definitely be back.
Service was polished and in the background, as not to interfere with a group of 7 people talking. Most didnt eat entrees as we wanted desserts. Wine was lovely, we were drinking Otago pinot noir. Small but good wine list.
The mains were fantastic and quite large. I had the pork belly which was delicious and tender – I couldnt finish mine and even though I shouldnt have I still ate dessert. Pannacotta was lovely.
The only gripe is that the atmosphere for me personally is a little boring, I think it needs a bit more ‘spark’ – perhaps a more casual feel? I’ve read that its also quite noisy but as a group of 7 I suspect we were making the noise….
Overall very good and would certainly recommend.
We very rarely eat out (but should do this more often!) but wedding anniversaries are special occasions and you should do something different on days like this.
My wife had been constantly leaving out reveiws of this place for me to find, so I took the hint like a good husband…
The noise that we had been warned about made itself evident as the night wore on (bare boards plus noisy chairs plus alcohol = Noise)
This wasn’t too bad but I can tell you a lot about the diner next door (job, relationships,etc.) as we were separated by just a bookshelf and I’m not given to eaves-dropping.
The major “peeve” was paying the bill ($116 odd) to find that inflation had struck (even 1923 Weimar Germany would be hard put to top this…) and it had become $166 odd!
When this was commented on, the comment was “I’ve never done this before”. A major discussion then ensued about the process for a refund. Minimal apology.
I’m pretty tolerant so I’ll accept this but urge you all to check your accounts and take your ear-muffs if you dislike noise.
Again let’s say some excellent service and good food.
Couldn’t fault the food. The restaurant lacked a little in atmosphere, probably due to being only a third full. Service was very good until a change in waiter after the main course. The second maitre’d was somewhat condescending & stiffer than the previous one. We would have taken half a star off for this if MenuMania did fractions.
The food is delicious and obviously lovingly prepared. I had the confit duck leg and it was a treat. My friend had the snapper, which was melt in your mouth and full of subtle flavours.
The service was excellent, a lovely mix of friendly, attentive and professional.
A perfect night out!
Using free range meats and local produce as the norm is fantastic.
Excellent food, excellent service would be the watchwords.
Starters were excellent – the squid sublime, the sausage succulent and scallops scintillating. Our vegetarisn had the colourful beetroot salad, which was much more complicated than the other simple preparations and showed it.
Mains were equally good, flawless execution of classic dishes such as lamb rump and pork belly, and the greek cheese ravioli was pronounced “best ever” by the veggie.
Desserts world class too – melt in the mouth panna cotta, good fritoles which were made great by the citrus curd accompaniment, and the chef’s new chocolate dish (coming soon to the menu – get it!).
If we had one gripe about the evening it’s that two of the three veggie options were heavy on carbohydrates (ravioli / risotto).
Wine list – excellent too.
Service – top notch, neighbourhood friendly, fun, knowledgeable and just right. I’m not a tipper normally but felt compelled to change my habit last night!
Thanks Jeremy and all staff – we’ll be back.
We also love that free-range chicken, eggs and pork are used. A restaurant with great food, great service and a conscience. Thank you and well done!
The service is the perfect blend of friendly but professional.
Just go – you won’t regret it.
We chose four different dishes which were all voted as yummy and extremely good value. The desserts were as good as we hoped and again very reasonably priced.
It was fun chatting to Chef Jeremy at the end of the meal. As someone has said a good restaurant is one you would return to and we will all be back, soon we hope, to two fifteen.
Regarding the experience I had the home made sausage which I have to say is worth a return visit any time. My wife a vegetarian was well looked after.
The ultimate answer to any restaurant visit is “Would I go back” Answer – We are going again next week!
My partner and I left feeling relaxed, replete and really rather pampered after our wonderful 3 course meal. The sticky date pudding also a highlight for me.
This is an essential dining experience for anyone in Auckland!