Built in 1918, Nero Café & Restaurant encompasses a stunning Victorian character home with excellent food that leading Head Chef & Owner Scott Kennedy is renowned for in Palmerston North.
We welcome you to experience Nero. Enjoy our romantic open fire, warm and cosy during the chilly winter months. Take time to cool down in summer - dine in our tranquil outdoor alfresco area surrounded by established trees and gardens. Wander through the many French doors; escape to the expansive decking, sample our divine selection of wine.
Nero Cafe & Restaurant won the Food & Beverage - Restaurant category and took out the Supreme Award in the Palmerston North Top Shop 2006 awards.
Had a great dining experience here recently on a weeknight. My friend and I arrived at an early 5.30pm. The restaurant was empty until 6.30pm, when other diners started arriving. So a tip, if you want a quiet, romantic evening, get in early. Our waitress was lovely and attentive all through our stay.
Our mains came out in very good time and were delicious. I had a beautiful, innovative chicken salad with crispy noodles and brie wontons. The chicken was moist and tender, and the salad fresh with just the right amount of dressing. The serving size was perfect. The restaurant has a selection of lighter mains (my chicken salad was included in this menu), and a selection of larger, more expensive mains, so there is plenty of choice for everybody.
We decided to move to the bar for drinks after dinner. The waitresses continued being attentive, this was a great way to end our evening.
Nero would be perfect for a function as there is a spacious outdoor area out the back with tables and chairs.
Well done Nero, I will be back!
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