Light meals and great coffee available from 10am to 4pm daily over the spring-summer season — open every day (except Christmas Day) until 31 January 2014.
Take a 20-minute scenic drive from New Plymouth and enjoy our sumptuous selection in Pukeiti's unique setting.
Soup of the day — $10
See blackboard for details.
Rosemary and bacon-infused mushrooms — $16
Generous serving of mushrooms sauteed with fresh herbs and flaked bacon in a creamy garlic sauce, served over toasted bread.
Pukeiti Ploughman’s — $17
The most peckish of ploughmen will be satisfied with this: lettuce, tomato, cucumber, cheddar, pickle, gherkin, champagne ham, seared beef, bread.
Mediterranean roast pumpkin salad — $16
Rosemary-infused pumpkin, sundried tomato, olives and crumbled feta tossed through fresh green salad and drizzled with a balsamic reduction.
Pan-fried salmon fillet — $18
New Zealand samon fillet serviced with gourmet potatoes and salad with caper aioli.
Sauteed prawn salad — $17
King prawns and chorizo served with rissole potato and fresh garden greens.
Founders Caesar — $18
Chicken breast, avocado and bacon mixed through a crunchy salad with house-made aioli and croutons, topped with a poached egg and finished with parmesan cheese.
Open steak sandwich — $18
Medium-rare sirloin serviced on toasted ciabatta bread with sauteed onion, salad, fries and aioli.
Light lunch / children's meals
Chicken wrap — $8
Seared chicken breast, aioli,lettuce, tomato and red onion salad.
Cold cut sandwich / toasted sandwich — $7
Choose from ham, smoked chicken, onion, cheese, tomato or pineapple.
Mini pizza — $10
Chicken tenders — $9
Served with fries and aioli.
Tea — $4
English breakfast ι Earl Grey ι green tea ι chamomile ι peppermint ι forest fruits ι lemon
Coffee — $4
Espresso ι long black ι flat white ι latte ι cappuccino ι mochaccino ι chai latte ι hot chocolate
Juice — $4
Orange ι apple ι feijoa ι pineapple
Soft drinks — $4
Coke ι Diet Coke ι Sprite ι Sprite Zero ι lemon, lime and bitters ι ginger beer ι Fuze ice tea ι Pump water
Beer / cider — $7
Apple cider ι apple and berry cider ι Amstel Light ι Steinlager light ι Heineken ι Monteiths Black
Wine — $7 glass / $35 bottle
Subject to availability
Sparkling ι rose ι chardonnay ι sauvignon blanc ι pino gris ι merlot ι pinot noir
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Featured artists: Helen Jury (paintings) and David Gall (photographs)
Helen was born in New Plymouth and has lived in Taranaki all her life. She has always loved the creative side of life. Over the years between being a potter, a painter, a business owner, a mother and much-loved wife of Graeme, there have been many other artistic pursuits including quilt making, needlework and cake decorating – hundreds of hand-moulded flowers for wedding cakes.
There has always been the love of flowers, from her first job as a florist, naturally this theme flowed through to Helen’s painting. It is bold, on large canvases, using big brushes, it is highly coloured with lots of contrast.
Painting to me is a very rewarding and relaxing experience. Knowing that others get great enjoyment from what I paint, gives me great satisfaction.
— Helen Jury
The idea for this series of art prints came from observing leaves when sunlight shines through them. The veins and design of the leaf become clearly visible. Leaves from the same family bear a close resemblance to each other, while the structure of leaves from non related species show clear differences.
Some of the leaves shown have a beautiful lattice structure in them. You may see the same lattice designs in engineering projects where minimum structure for maximum strength is required.
Though my work goes to various places around the globe and onto the walls of houses owned by people of hugely different means and skills - I do not want to get to listing any of those places or describing, much, my motivations. I decided a while back to hope that my work would get brought without prior knowledge of the work or of me. Just, hopefully, because it was liked. Thanks for looking at my work.
— David Gall