Divine dining at gin gin


 

Six months into their New Regent Street home and gin gin’s offering is more refined than ever, as its understated, approachable, and seasonal menus deliver a complete experience for diners.

 

 

Whether it’s long lunching with friends, a cosy date night or a more dressed up affair, gin gin’s relaxed and inviting setting caters to all. The warm service and welcoming atmosphere allow diners to settle in, as the knowledgeable team ensure each customer gets something a little special from their visit.

The kitchen has fun creating new and exciting menus, highlighting interesting ingredients and flavours. Head chef Jackson Mehlhopt says, “We push the boundaries of the small kitchen with each menu more refined and streamlined than the last, seeing what our customers are loving and using that feedback when creating the next.”

gin gin’s new winter offering features delicate, punchy, and perfectly balanced dishes like the Cloudy Bay tuatua clams, which are lightly warmed on the barbeque until the shells pop open, and finished with fig leaf oil, wild tree strawberries and champagne foam. The late-night offerings are perhaps the most indulgent; beautiful desserts paired with a tipple from the extensive cocktail list makes for the perfect night cap. For something sharper, a chilled martini, stirred to perfection and served ice cold also makes for a nice evening finisher.

With live music every Friday and Saturday night, coupled with their late-night menu on offer until closing, gin gin is a dreamy late-night destination. Freshly shucked oysters with finger limes and olive oil, hand-stretched pizzas, or the divine rotating cheese platter are all available right into the early hours.

And from night to day; gin gin is now open for lunch on the weekends, where the talented chefs and bartenders curate an exciting set menu for the table, allowing diners to really trust the experts.

 


 

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