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Kleber Santana cooks at Piha Surf Club restaurant

Chef  Kleber Santana, is back running the kitchen at Piha Surf Club. Kleber is Brazilian but came to Piha via Oz. The menu is light and very reasonably priced. Quite a few salads, mussels, burgers and fish. Steaks are enormous and served with mash and a choice of sauce. Pan-fried terakihi comes with caper sauce, very buttery.  [ Read More ]

Blair’s on the Beach

A long-standing beachfront institution, you’ll find Blair’s next to the surfclub. The first takeaway here was started by Johnnie Oxspring in the 1950s. Blair’s serves fish and chips, hamburgers, toasted sammies, Nice iceblocks, ice creams, milkshakes and drinks, and is open long hours during summer. Close to the beach when you’re hungry or thirsty. Summer hours 10  [ Read More ]

The Bowler

Casual, family friendly dining in the Piha Bowling Club, situated in the Domain. Meals are always reasonably priced and the bar is open. Ideally situated for campers or even enjoy a meal before you head back into town. Open Fri 4.30 pm-10 pm Soup and Open Mike  Saturday 4.30 pm – 12 pm Snacks at Bar Sundays  [ Read More ]

Piha Store

Run by Peter Chapman, the Piha Store is an institution.The original beach store, it was opened in 1945 by the Pople family. Since then, the Store has been the centre of the Village. The place where you get milk, the newspaper, groceries, ice creams, soft drinks, and in recent years, wonderful breads, pies and pastries  [ Read More ]

Piha RSA Morepork Kitchen

Piha RSA Morepork Kitchen serves very good meals from Monday to Sunday (Wednesday to Sunday winter hours after Easter) and reasonably priced beer and wine can be obtained from the bar. Blackboard food changes but always stars pan-fried terakihi (my favourite), beer-battered fish, scotch fillet, mussels and usually a pasta and a curry. All food is nicely  [ Read More ]