Popped in while on a coastal drive. Great view and fresh seafood.Did find the crayfish rather expensive starting at 68NZD but not sure what the going rate is .
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We were very pleased to see that this icon had re-opened and everything was “normal”. If you can say that construction site cabins and a queue of construction workers lined up for chips at lunchtime is normal. But, leaving that apart the personable, friendly and...More
We had crayfish and battered fish. The crayfish was really fresh and cooked perfectly, the flesh was tender and NOT over cooked or rubbery. We had a wonderful meal. The battered fish was also very tasty, the fish was again done right, NOT over cooked....More
We stopped at Nin's Bin on the Kaikoura coast two days after the coast road re-opened. We had enjoyed Kaikoura crayfish on our honeymoon fifty years ago so were keen to relive the memory. We chose a "likely" candidate, had it prepared and ate it...More
Whilst in Blenheim for 3 months, we discovered this quaint 'Nins Bin' along the east coast of South Island- approx 25kms before you get to Kaikoura, NZ.. We were on our way to check out Kaikoura, we never made it that far, just stopped in...More
What a location. What great food. What an experience. You simply must visit Nin's Bin and try one of their delish crayfish if you're traveling down the east coast of New Zealand's south island. Don't miss out!
After passing Nin's Bin I thought the only right thing to do would be to try a local cray. The lobster was nicely cooked and tasted pretty good. Also a Nice, informal location to sit at the picnic table overlooking the water. It's a bit...More
If travelling from Kaikoura, Nin's Bin is just a few miles on the right. You can have a whitebait sandwich (not like UK whitebait ... more like tiny white eels) or buy cooked lobster to take away. It is served by a delightful young lady...More