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Mon - Tues : Closed
Wed - Sun : 12 - 8pm
December 26th & 27th : Closed

03-213 1443
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The Cabbage Tree Restaurant is a dining establishment nestled among native attractions in the heart of Otatara. We are currently open five days a week and cater for functions such as weddings, birthdays, and corporate meetings. Make your booking today.
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Lunch11am - 15pm11am - 15pm11am - 15pm11am - 15pm11am - 15pm11am - 15pm11am - 15pm
DinnerClosed18pm - 23pm 18pm - 23pm 18pm - 23pm 18pm - 23pm 18pm - 23pm 18pm - 23pm
Our opening times

HOURS

Mon - Tues : Closed
Wed - Sun : 12 - 8pm
December 26th & 27th : Closed

Try something different

our favourites

Chicken Burger

Perfect for the Burger lover

Panko crumbed chicken with lettuce, bacon, cheese, tomato, ketchup, mayonnaise & beer battered fries.
sea-food-salad
SeaFood Salad

Taste the surf

A refreshingly tasty Seafood Salad
Brandy Snaps

Who doesn't like brandy Snaps

A light desert perfect for the end of a meal, for one or to share it always goes down well.
Pork Belly

You cannot beat tradition

Slow roasted pork belly served with steamed vegetables on creamy potato mash with a side of apple sauce & gravy.
GREAT FOOD

Loco for Mexican?

Our own beef nacho mix, kidney beans, cheese, guacamole, sour cream and corn chips.
Kiwi Steak

The locals favorite

Ribeye steak served with battered onion rings, fried eggs, beer battered fries, salad greens & tomato relish.
Since 2000

100% Local

The well known old Beach Store was mostly demolished in the year 2000 and rebuilt with extensive alterations and add on buildings to achieve the style and d├ęcor of today. 

The main building is constructed of Central Otago schist and gives the Outpost a stylish vineyard feel. All colours inside and out reflect the local environment. More than thirteen hundred Natives are planted to recreate what the area would have once been like.

In 2018 our long standing manager of 10 years Nic, took over ownership of The Cabbage Tree with his wife. 
OUR STORY
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