The locals know just how good it is! Mussels, scallops, crayfish, oysters, craft breweries, exceptional restaurants, cruisy cafes, fresh produce. Homegrown to the core. If you are travelling to the Coromandel, plan plenty of time to check out everything that is on offer in this foodie paradise.
Mint Whitianga opened their new exhibition in true Coro style last Friday with good food, cool local brews and live music.
We experience the new 'Cook Your Catch' service at Marina Bar & Grill
Local girl and Coromandel Goodness contributor Emma Darragh visits her favourite rainy day escape, Hot Waves Cafe. "Hot Waves is therapeutic. We are better for visiting this place; more connected, more relaxed, well-nourished and inspired by the peace it provides. Long may this slice of Coromandel Goodness last. We love it."
Bluenose would have to be one of the nicest eating fish around. They are a prized recreational catch off the Eastern seaboard of the Coromandel Peninsula.
In this quick 3 minute video, chef Nathaniel Blomfield shares four awesome Bluenose recipes
Luke’s Kitchen epitomises that elusive Coromandel essence people instinctively recognise. Luke is just happy people enjoy it. “I created a place I thought I’d like to go. I think it’s cool that other people like it too.” Read about Luke's story here....
One of the Coromandel's best chefs, Nathaniel Blomfield creates a 4 course kingfish feast with todays catch