Hours

Dinner

7 days from 5pm

Brunch

Saturday and Sunday from 10am

This Weeks Special

  • 16.50

Next Event

  • Clink Christmas Party

    21
    Dec 2014
    Sunday
    - 4pm -

    Xmas 14

    For the second year we are hosting The Clink Christmas Party!

    Fun for the whole family with the driveway closed off for a kids zone with lots of fun activities.

    There’ll be music, drinks, our very own Piano man – STIG and a meal.

    Bookings highly recommended!

The Latest

  • It’s all about the taste!

    new menu launch

    Time to shake off spring and head in to menus with new summer seasonal twists. It’s going to be a big switcharoo with new beers, wines, cocktails and dinner menus hitting Clink next Wednesday 10th December! Excited we definitely are, with new award winning wineries like Greystone, Lansdowne and Elephant Hill joining the line up. These wines have some serious accolades behind them and will blow you away with flavour.

    Gin is so in right now and we will be showcasing different styles of Gin with their own signature cocktail to be sipped in the sun! Our new favorite is Rogue Society passionately blended and patiently batch distilled in a hand beaten, 19th century, John Dore copper pot still right here in Canterbury! An artisan dry gin with a twist of kiwi ingenuity.

    Fresh flavours are served up from the dedicated kitchen crew too! Some new twists on old favourites are being created with the focus remaining still on quality ingredients. Our beef is 100% Canterbury Wakanui, raised in a stress free range and idyllic environment this beef is fed only GMO free grain with no need for any antiobiotics or hormones to produce the finest most succulent melt in your mouth goodness.

    ” because you know we’re all about the taste/ bout that taste /no dribble”

     

     

     

     

     

About Clink

´╗┐In 1779, not long after Captain James Cook discovered New Zealand, the prominent English politician Viscount Lonsdale sent his scandal causing son Lord Lonsdale on a settler's ship to the remote Islands - his philandering ways had caused enough embarrassment to the Crown. Leaving England with nothing more than a ring with a diamond the size of a pea, Lord Lonsdale .... read full about us >>