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Our Story

The Butcher’s Block combines our love of organic, locally sourced produce and efficient, professional service, with an emphasis on passion and quality.

With our seasonal menus created by our expert chefs, coupled with our exceptional service staff, The Butcher’s Block is the perfect place for your early morning breakfast, lunchtime meetings and relaxed dinner.   

Executive Chef

Daniel Rudolph

Born and raised in Auckland New Zealand, Dan Rudolph is the pioneer of modern cuisine, as he brings international culinary experience to The Butchers Block. Dan develops his personal style of modern Australian cuisine, with contemporary Asian influences, tied back with European precision, thus being the influence behind the refined menu of The Butchers Block.

His intent to curate a season based menu, allows his team to get the most out of his dishes, ensuring optimum produce to deliver satisfaction to his diners from the perspective of taste, and texture.

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Menu

The Butcher’s Block curate a seasonal based menu that allows for shining dishes year round. Paired with an international wine list established by our somellier explore our menus below.

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Celebrate with us

In need of somewhere to hold your next event? With our venues and team at The Butcher's Block Group your ideas will be brought to life.

Our in-house team looks to cover all of your needs, from food packages to event styling, we aim to construct the vision each of our clients have. The Butcher's Block covers a range of events from intimate gatherings, corporate functions and other special occasions.

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