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Iguacu Restaurant and Bar

5 review(s) found
269 Parnell Road
Parnell, Auckland 1052
New Zealand

Phone : (09) 358 4804
Fax : (09) 358 0587
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About Iguacu Restaurant and Bar
Welcome to Iguacu Restaurant and Bar voted Best New Zealand Restaurant and Best Auckland Restaurant. Located in fashionable Parnell, Iguacu is a stylish but relaxed brasserie featuring Pacific-Rim and modern European cuisine. If you are after great food and attentive service, combined with an exciting buzzy atmosphere look no further!Comprehensive kids menu, vegetarian menu and tapas menu. A la carte brunch, lunch and dinner menu offered seven days a week. Iguacu has a Private Dining room, three bars and many areas for private functions, cocktail parties, birthdays and corporate events. Set menus start from just $57.50 per person and cocktail platters from $77.00.Join Iguacu for their New Years Eve 2011 Celebration on Saturday 31 December 2011 from 7.30pm.- 3 course dinner incl glass of Moet $125pp- Live music featuring hits from 80s, 90s and beyondFor more info visit www.iguacu.co.nzTo book PH: (09) 358 4804 or email info@iguacu.co.nzBest New Zealand Restaurant 2007 and 2008 (Hospitality Assoc. of NZ)Best Auckland Restaurant 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 (Entertainment Guide)Best Nationwide Restaurant 2008 (People's Choice Awards)NZ Beef and Lamb Excellence Award 2009, 2011TO MAKE A BOOKING PLEASE CLICK ON THE 'MAKE A RESERVATION' BUTTON AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE
reviewed by on 7/01/2012
Had a very nice dinner here while on vacation. I don't feel that I got the entire experience since they were running on limited hours and a limited holiday menu due to the christmas holiday break. Many restaurants in Auckland are closed for holiday break from Christmas to mid January. Had a wonderful seafood chowder that was advertised as a bisque. Also had a great chicken curry dish. The food taste and quality was terrific. The service was lacking but I think it was due to being short staffed. A continuous problem we encountered over 3 weeks in New Zealand was their non-tipping policy.....New Zealanders do not tip and the servers do not expect it....I think this creates servers that don't care if they do a good job or not...where is the incentive to know something about the food you are serving or incentive to make the customer happy. Over-all a good experience at Iguacu, I would return.
reviewed by on 24/10/2011
Dined here for our 10th wedding anniversary and the meal was just lovely especially the salmon. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive. A number of friends have recommended this restaurant to us over the years but this was the first time we have gotten around to dining here - we both wished we had listened to them sooner. We've found a jem :)
reviewed by on 13/09/2011
This was our third visit to this restaurant and our experience was equally as pleasant as the last two occasions. I had the beef cheeks, followed by a superbly cooked sirloin steak and my wife had the duck ravioli which she thoroughly enjoyed. We had a chocolate mousse for dessert which was one of the nicest desserts I have eaten for a long time. Our lovely French waitress recommended it along with a nice bottle of pinot noir. The restaurant has a lovely ambiance with the tree outside all covered in fairy lights shining through the glass roof and the big open fire in the middle of the dining area. We have some friends visiting from the USA later in the year and we will be sure to bring them here.
reviewed by on 9/05/2011
Not so much about the restaurant as our experience and one staff members attitude. As a regular diner I have been happy, greeted by a big boned Indian lady, I asked if she could get another table from the room next door where we could see tables, she couldn't because apparently there was a function, I told her she wasn't being cooperative for someone in hospitality and she said I was rude, then moments later, as we were deciding what to do she came back and said she had complained to her manager and told him I was rude - excuse me who is the customer here - she is complaining about me, anyway the rest of my party wanted to go to NSP, I talked them into staying, then had to wait one and a half hours for the mains, I think we were possibly penalised for the incident, anyway spent $372 for five which is basically the norm when we go there - unfortunately Judy we wont be back now, waste really, hard to get good staff I guess, sometimes you just have to employ the arrogant ones, we were there two hours too and still no function in the room she said it was going to be in, the reason she couldn't get us a table, a fibber to boot!.
reviewed by on 25/01/2010
One of the best aspects of Iquacu is it's continued high level of quality. They've been around a fair while and still manage a fresh menu and high qulity food and dining experience on every visit. Great for large groups as it's a massive restaurant.