By Te Puia
By Feast Matariki
Māori were traditionally hunters and gatherers, harvesting food from the forest, sea, stream and gardens.
When visiting New Zealand, make sure you try both traditional māori foods and modern māori cuisine.
Māori food incorporates ingredients from wild trees, plants, and fish. Learn more about traditional foods used in Māori culture.
The Māori hāngī is a traditional way of cooking food. Find out what a hāngī involves and where you can try one for yourself.
New Zealand's seafood is world famous. Try our rich crayfish, succulent king salmon and tasty green-lipped mussels. This is your guide to finding seafood fresh from the source in New Zealand.
Culinary innovation and cultural diversity has helped earn New Zealand's reputation as an exciting fine food destination for discerning foodies. Discover the top chefs who have helped craft this reputation.
These experiences offer the chance to taste amazing Māori cuisine.