our last dinner in Queenstown, we walked down to the wharf and spotted a place right away, Public Kitchen, that looked good – luckily there was a table for two available near the water so we snapped it up. This place was similar to Local 360 in Seattle – a variety of locally-sourced dishes meant for sharing. We went protein heavy – calamari to start:
then, salt cod croquettes:
and coconut chicken:
Everything was delicious and a good value as the portions were all pretty generous as compared to most “shared plates” places.