Places to eat

Norfolk Island offers a selection of eateries for all moods and occasions - from the local chook shop to luxurious restaurants and a gourmet local beef grill. As always on Norfolk, the welcome is warm, the dining is relaxed and the food is local and fresh.

  • Bailey's restaurant @ Governor's Lodge

    For a special meal this heritage homestead offers contemporary cuisine including fresh local fish, beef and chef's specials. The homestead is a beautifully restored homestead built in the early 1900s offering all the character and quietude of Norfolk Island, with modern finishes. Choose from a selection of Australasian wines - and enquire about their candlelit meals for a truly special evening.

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  • Bounty Lodge cafe and restaurant

    Bounty Lodge offers breakfast, lunch and fine dining as well as Devonshire teas and a delicious selection of patisserie, wine and cheese platters. Set amongst scented gardens and magnificent trees the lodge is brimming with rustic elegance.

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  • Cafe Tempo

    This award-winning cafe has a range of light meals to suit all tastes as well as teas, cosmopolitan coffee and cakes to fuel your bushwalking adventures!

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  • Colony Chinese Restaurant

    The only Chinese restaurant on the island, Colony has been owned by Fred and Dennie Wong for more than thirty years!

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  • La Perouse

    Set in the Paradise Hotel, Head chef James serves modern French cuisine with an island twist. Dine al fresco or in the intimate dining room for an unforgettable experience. La Perouse also serves breakfast and lunch which can be enjoyed in a rotunda beside the lush gardens.

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  • Norfolk Blue restaurant grill and bar

    Don't leave Norfolk without a meal at The Norfolk Blue Restaurant Grill & Bar which specialises in the unique Norfolk blue beef. Located at 100 Acre Farm, Jap & Robyn Menghetti commenced a breeding program in 2005 to produce Norfolk Island's own unique breed of cattle called 'Norfolk blue'. The award winning restaurant also offers a farm tour and home delivery options.

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  • Norfolk Island Golf Club

    Lunch is available in the heritage listed clubhouse Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday and Friday - with visitors and non-golfers being most welcome. The club has a relaxed atmosphere and every hole has stunning hillside or coastal views - so why not join us for a round of golf too?

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  • Two Chimney's winery

    They say the first bite 'is with the eye' so be sure not to miss a visit to Norfolk Island's locally owned boutique winery - where you'll be satisfied by the sumptuous presentation! We can't think of many better ways spend a day on the island than at this family-run vinery with full cellar door facilities - and delicious lunches to complement your tastings.

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  • The Rock

    Described by one customer as 'heaven on a plate', The Rock doesn't disappoint! Make a booking here for steaks, pasta and seafood - including crayfish, lobster and local pipis. Topped off with delightful deserts and Norfolk's famous friendly service.

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