Hapuku Kitchen

Canterbury, Kaikōura
All year round

Land and sea-to-plate cooking experiences based in the beautiful region of Kaikoura

Hapuku Kitchen offers culinary experiences for cooks of all levels. They believe in traditional cooking methods, teaching resourcefulness and intuition in the kitchen. They are advocates for their community’s farmers, fishers, winemakers, small producers and craftspeople. Classes are small and hands-on which enables them to host and provide guidance to each and every guest. They have created a relaxing space to log off and reconnect with nature and each other. Every cooking experience involves harvesting, foraging, collecting, meeting the farm animals, cooking, eating and drinking. Highly rated.



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Hapuku Kitchen


Parsons Road



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