If I had to choose my last meal it would probably include pizza so when a new restaurant opened on the roof of the latest Jucy Snooze instalment here in Queenstown I got my bestie and headed to Miss Lucy’s to check it out.
The fit-out of Miss Lucys alone is sublime. Soft pink hues alongside jungle greens and blues will make your Instagram feed weep and if the messages of “where the hell are you?” that I received whist there indicate anything, this place will definitely make an impression.
Take your new date, take your best mate, take your nana if she’s in town for some delicious pizza (vegan approval tick), crisp bubbles and fresh salads. Cozy up next to the outdoor fire or inside all snug at this newbie, but soon to be a staple in town.
We visited on a gorgeous sunny cold day and headed up in the lift to the top of the new building just opened up in Queenstown. Starting with a glass of crisp Bandini Prosecco and to accompany Pancetta, Milano Salami, Coppa, Red Onion and Jalapeño pizza.
A special Vegan Roasted Lemon hummus, Zucchini, Red Pepper, Red Onion, Crispy Chickpea, Balsamic Glaze, Salsa Verde and Spicy Dukkah. Shoestring fries and a fresh salad of Chicken, Black Rice, Roasted peppers, Spinach, Olives, Cherry Tomatoes and Tahini.
Roll me over I’m done.
Well, I was until I spied left overs and went in for more. Then only then was I done.
Absolutely spotless, views for miles (check out Walter Peak in all her glory), right in town and so beautiful your camera will weep, I shall be heading here for meetings, new friends visiting and I might attempt to bring my baby. Floors clean? They soon won’t be (sorry Miss Lucy).
Open from 7am til 12am (yep that’s right) you can hang around from breakfast (buckwheat muesli anyone), lounge around at brunch and lunch (great vegetarian selection) and then while away the hours til late. Sipping on a cold beverage alongside your pizza. I see Miss Lucys in my future.
Grab your camera, your Instagram loving mate and get a pizza or three to share. Miss Lucy would approve.
47 Camp Street
I was invited to stay and eat at Miss Lucy’s but if I didn’t like it and didn’t think you would, I wouldn’t write about it.