Mountain Restaurants

Coronet Peak Mountain Restaurants

The Restaurant & Café in the newly renovated base building is Coronet Peak’s largest and most popular refuelling stop. Situated by the base of the Coronet Express quad at the bottom of the ski area, the Restaurant & Café is an obvious meeting point.

Located on the first floor of the base building, the Café is ideal for skiers wanting a quick turnaround. There is a good choice of food, with everything from sandwiches, salads and sushi to burgers, pies and pizzas.

Skiers with more time on their hands will enjoy the Coronet Restaurant. There is a full a la carte breakfast menu and a more extensive offering of lunchtime dishes, including hot pots, curries, lasagne, fish and chips and traditional South Island lamb-shanks. Floor to ceiling windows provide stunning views of the surrounding peaks and Wakatipu Basin. The Restaurant also offers a full a la carte menu on Friday and Saturday nights for night skiers.

The Mexican Cantina is situated on the deck of the base building, with a selection of quick and easy Mexican meals to choose from.

The cosy Heidi’s Hut is the only mountain restaurant up on the slopes, and is found by the base of the Rocky Gully T-bar. Heidi’s offers a selection of breakfasts, soups, pastas and pizzas, and also serves dinner during night skiing. Heidi’s wood panelling and roaring fire gives it a decidedly European alpine atmosphere.

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