When it comes to food and drink there’s something for everyone at Hobsonville Point. Our community is continually growing, and with more people comes more eateries, and good ones at that, so we guarantee you’ll be coming back for seconds. Check out some of our top picks below.
Little Creatures is an award-winning craft beer brewer hailing from Fremantle, Australia. You’ll find the brewery in the Sunderland Hangar, a Hobsonville Point heritage gem built in 1939 and recently restored to house the microbrewery. From Pale Ale to Pilsners and everything in between, Little Creatures has a range of ‘hoppy’ beers that are sure to hit the spot.
If beer isn’t for you, head to Kittyhawk – an upmarket café and bistro serving coffee, wine, cocktails and small plates of Italian fare. The all-day eatery is modelled after an officers’ mess hall where off-duty mechanics and pilots would go to wind down. Located in the Sunderland Hangar next to Little Creatures.
Fish and chips, but not as you know it. Pick from shoestring, thick cut, crinkle cut and kumara fries, with your choice of bacon, chilli, citrus, smoked, chicken or herb salt. There’s also grilled swordfish skewers, crispy prawn soft tacos and fish finger sandwiches. Located in the Sunderland Hangar. Goes well with beer.
Where South East Asia meets Hobsonville Point. Siamese Doll takes the best of Thai and Japanese cuisine, and serves it in a modern setting at neighbourhood-friendly prices. Pop in for lunch, dinner, grab a drink or order it to go. Located between Catalina Bay Farmers Market and Fabric Café and Bistro.
A community favourite at Hobsonville Point, Fabric Café and Bistro serves fresh, quality, seasonal food all within the stylish environs of the revamped RNZAF building overlooking the water at Catalina Bay. Pop in for coffee, meet friends for brunch or enjoy a dinner with waterfront views.
Perched on the corner of Buckley Avenue and Hastings Street, Catalina Café offers everything from great coffee, grab-and-go sandwiches through to hearty meals and gourmet pizzas. The perfect spot for a bite to eat before heading to the Hobsonville Point Information Centre (located just next door)