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Dine around the world in Havelock North
The Village is overflowing with incredible dining options. Nowhere is this more evident than for those looking for some international flavours. Here's just a 'taste' of Havelock North's culinary credentials...
Mexican cuisine, delicious margaritas, great atmosphere, and weeknight specials. Mamacita is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. Enough said?
Initially opening as a little “South of Spain” experience, Deliciosa has grown into a stronghold where worldly concepts are infused with regional brilliance. They're turned shared plates into an art form, matched by an extensive drinks list and exemplary service.
Frequented by the Indian cricket team when they stay locally - about the best possible endorsement you'll find anywhere. Local sourced ingredients and authentic Indian spices combine to produce mouthwatering dishes.
Made its name as everyone's favourite food truck, before downing sticks into a new Havelock North hotspot to serve up the freshest Japanese cuisine and delicious cocktails. We suggest making a booking, or grab a spot at the bar while you wait for your table.
A modern take on southeast Asian street food, Chan’s also offers an extensive beverage list with regular drinks specials throughout the week – perfect for washing down some dumplings, fried chicken, sticky aubergine or, in fact, anything else from their incredible menu.
Chan's Chop House
Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Kantin cuisine, with the most delightful service. The seafood comes highly recommended, and you can even toast a glass or two of Greek wine.
A Havelock North institution, Starlake has been serving fresh, authentic Thai food for well over 20 years - testament to its standing as one of the Village's go-to restaurants. Dine in, or have it 'to go' and take back to your accommodation to enjoy.
Incredible Gyoza / Japanese dumplings and bao buns, served from their perfect little takeaway spot in the Village. Op uses fresh local vegetables, meat and herbs, often sourced from the farmers' market - so very Hawke's Bay!