Atiu Villas restaurant, "Kura's Kitchen", is named after the owner. The two course evening meals start at 7pm Monday to Saturday. Menu is fixed or buffet depending on numbers dining each evening. Currently, the two courses are a main and dessert.
Dining is at a long table where you will meet other guests, catch up with our other guest experiences and learn about the tours and events happening tomorrow . No one dines alone, although you can ask for your meal to be served in your room.
There is also a licenced bar serving a range of beers, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages. Meet Andrew our barman who also takes guests fishing on the lagoon or arranges trips deep sea fishing.
Please let management know if you have any life threatening allergies. We will take care in our cooking to meet your instructions.
Breakfast and Lunch Options
There are village options for breakfast and lunch or you could self-serve yourself breakfast from the fully stocked larder in your villa.
There is also the free tropical fruit basket in your room.
Each villa comes with a larder stocked with many of the items you can get at the island stores. We endeavour to keep a consistent selection of goods but sometimes because of shipping, use by dates and unavailability of the item in Rarotonga and on Atiu we cannot supply the exact item. Often we will supply a substitute product so if you are prepared to try new products and foods you will enjoy the experience. Otherwise you could bring your own favoured brands.
A typical list of what is in your villa is shown opposite. It shows the number of each item in your villa and the price. The prices are about the same as you would pay for the same item in the local store. You pay for only what use when you check out. There is no huge markup. We endevour to keep your villa larders fully stocked as per the shown Stocklist. If the item is out of stock it may be substituted with an alternative product or failing that a "/" to indicate the item is out of stock.
Some of these items in your larder you may be unfamiliar with. Chow chow is a 400gm jar of pickled vegetables. Cereal are single portion size packets of breakfast cereal. Noodles are 100gm packets of instant noodles. Spaghetti/Noodles are dried egg noodles. Frozen bread is a loaf of fresh sliced bread from Aitutaki. "Bk" means "Book" and are books about Atiu, Cook Islands shipping, the Kopeka bird cave, our island of Takutea and short stories about the pacific islands. The Story Board, Staff God and Itimanuka are carving hanging on your villa walls and are for sale. Atiu Island Coffee is specialty locally grown and roasted coffee on Atiu. Mosquito Coils are spirals of sawdust impregnated with natural insecticide which you light with a match and place inside the mosquito coil holder. The vapour from these lighted coils kill mosquitoes, give you protection from mosquito bites for about 8 hours and can be used outside if placed upwind.
If you run out of a product in your villa larder we do have a cupboard store on site from which you can purchase any item to replenish your larder.
You do not have to cook your own meals in the evenings as you can always savour a meal from Kura's Kitchen, our on-site evening restaurant and bar. On Sunday Kura's Kitchen is closed but then you could try something new - Birdman George's restaurant on the beach.