From classics to culinary creations: The Pedal Pusher Rolleston

Onward and upward for Rolleston’s culinary scene with an inviting restaurant under new ownership. Just a short drive from Christchurch city, it offers a revamped menu and hosts a variety of events.

Located in Faringdon, Rolleston, The Pedal Pusher is now guided by Renee Norrell, who purchased it last year. The restaurant’s name pays homage to the early cycling enthusiasts who explored the area, blending history with modern charm.

Renee brings a passion for quality and community to the forefront of her approach. Diners are treated to a revamped menu featuring homemade pizzas crafted from scratch and unique in-house burger recipes. “The chefs have a lot of input and creativity with the menu,” says Renee.

Renee Norrell

Signature dishes such as seafood chowder, lamb shanks, and crispy skin salmon are popular favourites. New decadent cheesecakes, like salted caramel and Baileys, along with dairy-free sorbets, have quickly become local favourites, with new flavours added weekly.

The Pedal Pusher accommodates various events, hosting up to 130 guests. From salsa nights to fundraising quiz nights, it provides a vibrant atmosphere for all occasions. Renee’s dedication to cultivating a happy, engaged team ensures top-notch, friendly service, making each visit memorable.

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