Stratosfare Queenstown Restaurant
There are many options when it comes to Queenstown restaurants - but none are quite like this!
Enjoy a sumptuous buffet lunch or dinner at Skyline’s Stratosfare Restaurant & Bar, located at the top of the Gondola. The menu is inspired by iconic New Zealand cuisine and infused with international influences, and offers something for everyone - from fresh seafood and delectable desserts to an array of vegetarian dishes.
Whilst you dine, the panoramic view from our windows will captivate you day or night. It's the ideal place for that special night out and the best place in Queenstown to watch the sun go down!
Gondola & Lunch
Gondola & Dinner
Lunch open from 12.00pm until 2.00pm. Seatings from 12.00pm.
Dinner reservations available:
Book now online to reserve your table. Or phone +64 3 441 0085 for assistance.
You can now book your unique dining experience online. Simply go to our buy now page and purchase your tickets!
Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance. If you require assistance or a last minute booking, call our reservations team on +64 3 441 0085.
The market kitchen is our casual cafe dining option which offers a wide selection of freshly baked pastries, delicious coffee, sandwiches, pizza, curry, crepes, ice creams and refreshments. Dining is both indoor and outdoor providing panoramic views of the region.
The Stratosfare Restaurant & Bar has tiered seating to guarantee stunning lake and mountain views from every table. Window seats are allocated on arrival, so be sure to check in early!
Open daily 9am till lateCheck here for Skyline opening hours
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