Fleur Sullivan’s seafood chowder recipe

By Lauraine Jacobs In Recipes

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22nd September, 2012
Fleur Sullivan’s seafood chowder was elegantly presented in a wide-lipped fine china bowl. The rich fishy tomato broth brimmed with fresh shellfish and was garnished with a small square of roasted muttonbird and a spoonful of tasty eel pâté. The lunch was served to us on Huka Lodge’s terrace as the nearby Waikato River rushed past on its way to Huka Falls. Our lunch date was a chance to visit the famous Taupo lodge and hear Fleur speak, and taste specialties from her seafood menu at Fleur’s Place in coastal Moeraki, North Otago. Huka began in the 1920s as a tiny spartan fishing lodge ...

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