BIG ON TASTE.
BIG ON PLACE.
Eat with Giants
At the bottom of the world, in the middle of mother nature’s theatre, with hearty rustic food and drink and life’s simple comforts. Is us…surrounded by giants.
Inspired by that which is all around, we appreciate raw beauty and channel that into what we serve to create experiences with giant impressions.
Big on taste because we’re big on place.
Feel at home with well crafted food you know and love.
Feel humbled among giants.
Giants is Frankton’s local thoroughfare for outstanding food and drink. Grab your supplies for the day’s adventure or come in to rest the weary body— at Giants you’ll feel right at home.
Begin your day at the cafe, with a hearty breakfast and coffee that’ll wake even the sleepiest giant. Watch the sun make its way over the peaks, as you make your way from the lounge to our fine selection of craft beers at the bar.
Find yourself a favourite nook to read your favourite book as the afternoon slips away, or explore local cuisine with a couple of platters and allow your little giants to blow off some steam. With the cool night approaching a warm atmosphere sets the scene for a magical evening. Surround yourself with refined rustic food and company to match. Surround yourself at Giants.
Weekdays 6am till 10am
Weekend 6am till 10.30am
A La Carte Dinner
5.30pm till 9.30pm
Meet the Chef
Introducing our head chef Marivic (AKA Box) who completed her formal training in Cromwell and has worked in several well known Queenstown dining establishments over the last 10 years.
With a strong background in high end kitchens and casual local eateries Box has crafted the bold but highly accessible flavours which are now on offer in Giants. The end result is a vibrant modern menu with exceptionally broad appeal, punching well above typical ‘hotel restaurant’ territory.
Get in Touch & Stay Tuned
You can send us a direct message using the form on the right and our team get back to you as fast as we can.
You can also contact us by:
Phone 03 746 7883
28 Red Oaks Drive, Frankton
main entrance facing Market Street