Have eaten at Fuegos on many occasions over the past 3 years and have never been disappointed. It has a young vibrant group of wait persons and a chef who clearly knows the way with ingredients. I am due to visit this labour day Monday again on our wedding anniversary and look forward to another great experience. Parking is good as well.
Have stopped for afternoon tea and cake and for lunch on Sunday.
Roland the chef and owner offers an extensive knowledge of food, beer and wine. His German dishes are superb for something different, but his use of fresh food from the local area is well done.
He had desserts to die for many hand made ice cream based with fruit from his orchard. A well considered choice of wines and imported beers as well as an interesting Kawerau brew in the German tradition (white beer)
Ambiance, fun, good service from our wait lady who is also German.
The four of us shared the entire dessert menu and left very happy with the whole experience.
A must go to weekend treat in a peaceful spot out of town.
Over the long weekend my wife of one year enjoyed our anniversary by staying over in Whitianga and experiencing “Blonde” for the first time.
The dinner was of excellent originality and quality, the service relaxed and well timed.
The level of comfort was up market without being stiff. The loin a lamb done perfectly with asparagus and my wife’s rib eye steak near perfect.
Desserts of Kaput ice cream and profiteroles was Divine.
We went back on Monday for brunch and all though very busy being Labour day we were looked after.
Will certainly be going back when next in area.