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It's all about the Cuisine here in Queenstown...

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This entry was posted on 12/29/2006 6:08 PM and is filed under New Zealand.

This is an example of the very nice cuisine we were served on the Milford Trek...John Dory fish with capsicum sauce, creamy yams and veeeeegies.



We celebrated the end of the Milford Track and Xmas eve by going to The Boardwalk on Steamers Wharf here in Queenstown.  This is what dinner looked like...

An appetizer is called an entreĆ©.  Mindypod had the lamb salad and Epod had the Caesar salad with a poached egg on top...





Then came what they call the "Main" dish and we call the EntreĆ©.  Grilled crayfish over lemon rice.  As big as lobster but 10x more tender and delicious...



Dessert (hey it was Xmas!)... Strawberries and Chocolate and... 



Another version of Pavlova....



Millbrook Golf Course for Lunch...

 Fish and Chips and
Pumpkin Kumar Soup (notice the grilled lemon!)





Chop Chop Restaurant located in the Sofitel Hotel building...

Vietnamese spring rolls with peanut & hoisin sauce...



San Choy Bow - lettuce cups fillled with chicken and peanut sauce...



Simple brown rice, stir fried greens and cashews...



OK, we didn't eat this, but had to have a photo.  Big pink Marshmallow things covered with coconut from the Queenstown airport lounge...



Dux Lux Restaurant
had this delicious vegetarian dish of grilled polenta covered with portobello mushrooms, caramelized onions and a wonderful bernaise sauce...



This was their Groper fish on top of potato mash...Yum!




We discovered the Mediterranean Market in Queenstown.  They had a fabulous looking deli case.  Here's what we ate...

A divine antipasto salad...



A goat cheese gluten free tart with carmelized onions and apricot...



And look at the flavored waters they served...




 

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