Famous for growing fruit and vegetables, the road leading into Kerikeri is bordered by orchards. It is about 3 hours drive north of Auckland, surrounded by fertile farmland and has some of the most historic buildings in the country.


Price Range Lavish
Ambience Relaxed atmosphere
Noise level Serene
Licence This venue is licenced

Products and specialities

Fully licensed bar
Brunch, lunch, dinner and dessert
Available for private functions


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Lodged right on the edge of the river, with a historic view of The Stone Store, sits the Pear Tree Restaurant & Bar. It’s got a gigantic veranda surrounding it, where you can sit in the summers shade and check out the Thursday night paddle boarders while you enjoy a beverage. It’s perfect for kids too, as they have a huge front yard leading down to the waters edge. There are heaps of free roaming chickens too! The kids loved chasing them around.

I love the pear tree. You can't beat the location. It sits near the idyllic estuary and Stone Store offering a sweet glimpse of beauty, history and nature all rolled into one. The food is great, I had the pork loin from their specials menu with peppercorn sauce. It was succulent, totally delightful and I got to choose two sides which resulted in one very fully belly! They seem to have quite a bit of live music too. Nick the local paramedic plays guitar some Friday nights and he's brilliant.

GReat place to go for Dinner - especially on a date or with friends. Great food and so beautiful. A Must go to to enjoy local procuce and great wine

When taking a trip up to Kerikeri a very popular choice for food and drink is Pear Tree Restaurant. The big breakfast is a very reasonable $18.50 and includes bacon, cumberland sausage, homemade hash browns, black pudding, baked beans, grilled tomato and mushroom and 2 poached free range eggs served with toast! Right beside the Kerikeri river this is a picturesque spot to enjoy the best of Northland hospitality.