Masterton's newest restaurant serving casual, local, seasonal food and kai moana.
Cafes and Restaurants
Brought to you by Michelin Star chef Adam Newell and Nicola Newell (the team behind Zibibbo Restaurant in Wellington), Union Square is situated in the middle of Martinborough at the historic Martinborough Hotel.
Koi is a modern Indian-Malaysian restaurant in Masterton offering authentic Indian and Malaysian inspired cuisine, as well as a relaxing whisky lounge where you can rent a locker to store your favourite bottle.
Moy Hall wines are homegrown, handpicked and tastings are often poured by the winemaker. Enjoy casual dining among the vines with the chef’s lunch menu of shared-plates featuring local lamb, seafood, olive oil, herbs and seasonal salads.
Knucklebone Coffee Bar, in the Waihinga Centre, brings a fresh new cafe experience to Martinborough with exciting new products on its menu, in a bright and modern family friendly setting.
Selling fresh baked bread, pastries, pies, freshly made sandwiches, coffee, OJ squeezed on site, gelato ice-cream and milkshakes.
The Offering has an enticing menu, cabinet food and also cater for gluten free, vegans & vegetarians, sourcing products from within a 200 km radius of Greytown. They are fully licensed with a range of local wines & craft beers, as well as great coffee ground to order.
Enjoy a fresh approach to hospitality by catching a coffee and a snack, some lunch, a drink, dinner, movie and dessert … it's your call.
Choose from globally influenced small plate flavours, an extensive wine and craft beer list, or take a specially crafted foodie treat into your movie. Or do the lot, all in Kuripuni Village, Masterton.
The Screening Room's lively, modern dining experience comes to you courtesy of Salute Greytown creators Eve and Travis Clive Griffin.
Named after proprietor, Marvin Guerrero's grandfather, Don Luciano is a blend of Latin and some good old New Zealand staples.
On the corner of State Highway 2 and Kings Street, Masterton, Don Luciano is open for breakfast and lunch.
On the breakfast menu, 'baleadas' is a favourite street food with a tortilla stuffed with refried beans, chorizo, scrambled egg, cheese and the optional tobasco sauce.
The coffee is roasted on site with beans from Honduras, Guatemala and Columbia and labelled as Gracias.
Pop in for a locally roasted Neighbourhood Coffee which will hit the spot and have a bite to eat from their gourmet cabinet food!