“Less the Harp” playing live at Split Saturday night June 27th
Investec Rugby Championship and Bledisloe CupCatch the All Blacks live on our big screens as they take on South Africa, Argentina and Australia in the lead up to the 2015 World Cup.
Watch the All Blacks v Samoa live at Split Wednesday 8 July 2:00pm
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What People Say
“We have just had our work function at Split and they were amazing! We had the christmas buffet and it was a feast! Sooo much food, the maple glazed ham was really gorgeous, the salads were lovely, the roast veges were perfect and dessert was divine! The atmosphere was great and the drinks were very reasonably priced. But most of all the staff were just wonderful, making sure we were well looked after and really going the extra mile to ensure we had a good night. Big thanks to the manager for that. We will definately be back, a big thank you to all the staff at Split“
What People Say
“This is our favourite Restaurant & Bar that serves a great dining experience. The chefs and wait staff go out of their way to look after you. The icing on the cake are the co-owner brothers Dan and Karl whom are the best of hosts.“- Garry Hannam
- Shayne Heape
'Dobri Dosli' - Welcome to Split
Enjoy a tasty cooked meal using fresh local produce and seafood, and succulent New Zealand lamb & beef. There is beer on tap and a range of beautiful New Zealand wines. Whether you are dining with us or simply wish to enjoy the atmosphere, a glass of wine and a delicious mezze platter after work, you are always welcome at Split.
The two separate areas within Split, cater for a restaurant dining experience with cocktail bar, or a garden bar with a fun relaxed atmosphere, and a giant screen to entertain if desired. You can find us opposite the Post Office in Rathbone St, Whangarei.
"I always head straight to Split when I travel to Whangarei. The food is fantastic, the staff are super-friendly and the cocktails are awesome. The staff know what you want, even if you don't. There's something for everyone at Split"- Jackie King, Auckland