Bar Africa is a restaurant which celebrates the culture, cuisine and atmosphere of the continent. Quite a large venue, it contains an eatery, bar and function rooms too. The restaurant is located at 1b William Pickering Drive, Albany, Auckland. Guests and patrons can be very comfortable there because it has a wide area for wining, dining, partying and events. The hotel has a main building and a pair of outdoor areas known as the Village and the Courtyard.
There are always some exciting activities happening here. Ample parking is also provided at the back of the venue. The restaurant also offers memberships through their VIP cards. Discover more about its amenities below.
Bar, Food, Pokies & Entertainment
Bar Africa has a variety of amenities. They include a restaurant, bar, function rooms, courtyards, games and social activities.
The main restaurant area in Bar Africa has a capacity for 120 people. Here, guests can enjoy a wide range of dishes inspired by the continent. The food is substantial yet affordable. The head chef insists that all meals be prepared using fresh ingredients sourced from all over New Zealand. Guests can have their meals in the restaurant or carry them away as take out.
There are various menus in the restaurant. They include the Lunch and Dinner menu, Buffet menu, Platter menu, BBQ menu and Wine List.
The Lunch and Dinner menu is the most popular one at the venue. It contains dishes such as Kumara fries, Calamari chips, the Triple Decker, Nut salad and Gammon steak. A collection of burgers, steaks and children’s foods are also included at pocket-friendly prices.
This section of Bar Africa serves a variety of great drinks. Chief among these are the wines. They are arranged according to categories such as sparkling wines, Sauvignon Blanc, Aromatic wines, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Merlots.
The Pokies Available
At Bar Africa you can have a crack on the pokies, they have around 18 slots for your playing enjoyment.
Seeing as it is a large venue, Bar Africa can host functions for you. There are specific rooms dedicated to events. These are the Village, the Courtyard and the Serengeti. The Village can hold between 100 and 150 people while the Courtyard can hold up to 400 people.
The Serengeti is designed to hold a large number of people for purposes such as business meetings, private dining, seminars and stag parties. Interestingly, the Serengeti room is accessible for free to guests of the restaurant.
Games and social activities
There are many social activities which you can enjoy here. The restaurant plays country music and is known as the main hub for this genre in Auckland. In addition to that, there are 2 pool tables and a separate games room as well. Costume waitresses serve guests on special days of the week too.
The restaurant offers a VIP membership card to interested guests. This service allows you to enjoy discounts and extra access to the restaurant facilities. Spending more than $100 is required for you to qualify for this card. Quizzes are also held to raise funds for various charities. You can learn more about the Bar Africa from their official website.
Opening Hours Bar Africa
|Mon – Wed||10am to 9pm|
|Thur||10am to 10pm|
|Fri||10am to 11pm|
|Sat||10am to 1am|
|Sun||11am to 7pm|
Phone 09 915 5495.
Map and address
1 William Pickering Dr, Rosedale, Auckland 0632, New Zealand
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