The Hangi Pit is a no-frills casual pit shop offering freshly cooked traditional hangi meat varieties, vegetarian dishes, fish and chips and freshly stirred milkshakes. The special dish of The Hangi Pit is Hoki Fish in homemade styled batter with the deep fried crispy chips. The food and the ingredients are sourced locally and are fresh in quality. This Kiwi takeaway restaurant, opened in 2013 also offers Hangi in a Roll, Fried Bread, New Zealand Seafood and the traditional Maori delicacies.
How to Reach The Hangi Pit
- Bus 716 to stop - Studio Dr near Village Way
- Bus 716 to stop - Village Way near Studio Dr
The Hangi Pit Reviews & Ratings
For a fish and chip shop it's fantastic. Just like I remember back home. Good sized portions, wrapped in paper the way fish and chips are supposed to be eaten. Service is always with a smile. And the kiwi hot dogs are so good. If you are from New Zealand, then you will love this place
Picked up dinner from here last night. Got the plain chips, hoki, potato scallops, crab stick a d pineapple fritter. All were really good, the batter is just like I would get at home in NZ, the fish was better than half the places on the coast and the woman at the counter was really lovely. My boyfriend got a chicken Burger which he really enjoyed as a picky eater, and some poppa jacks which was a trip down memory lane also. Little bit of a wait but it was really busy and given the amount of orders I think they did really well with the timing. Will definitely be coming back when I need another fish and chips fix!
They get 5/5 for their food, their food is yummy every time! The service is terrible, they rarely pick up their phone and the waits are huge. We waited 45mins for a small order. If they picked up their service area it make all the difference. Such a cool place just lacking in service.
Beautiful Fish & Chips. Fast n friendly service. Loved the fried bread 😋
Went in today, staff were awesome, got my meal in 10mins and considering the amount of orders that was a quick time. Loved the food here, Paua fritter and mussel chowder with fried bread.