Author: Lynn

Royal-G 0

Royal-G

“Not Your Mum’s Indian” …. We came here because: We loved the idea of a new take on Indian street food, plus we were curious to see the new Eatery at Eastridge. The décor was: Colourful and pared back to visually transport you to a snack bar in India. The...

Kind. 0

Kind.

Kind. is a plant-based food restaurant in the heart of Morningside. It is open from morning to evening making it one of the few vegetarian/vegan restaurants available for dinner. Its’ philosophy is to be kind to yourself, the neighbourhood and to the earth. The restaurant has various initiatives to support...

0

Cheapeats Picks of 2018

What were the stand-outs for us after a year of Cheapeats eating? Our Cheapeats team members have picked their favourite “new find” and also nominated their favourite Cheapeats “go to”. Our favourite Cheapeats restaurants we reviewed this year are… TAMA Nepalese Eatery and Bar Tama was our most unique find of...

0

Miznon Melbourne

A recent visit to Melbourne presented me with a challenge – with all sorts of wonderful eating outlets, just where to go for lunch?  Fortunately, I came across Miznon, a casual restaurant serving modern Israeli food and my dilemma was solved. I came here because… I was looking for a lunch venue...

0

Puha & Pakeha

In Auckland’s ever-growing international food scene, it is wonderful to visit a restaurant that is home to modern New Zealand food.  Puha & Pakeha brings together the traditional cooking techniques and flavours of Maori cuisine with those of modern New Zealand cuisine.  The result is a delicious flavour “fusion” created...

0

Otto’s Mediterranean Kitchen

If you enjoy fresh flavourful food with a Greek and Turkish theme then you will enjoy Otto’s Mediterranean Kitchen, newly opened in the Fortieth and Hurstmere restaurant collective in Takapuna. We arrived during a busy lunch hour, and helpful staff guided us through the short menu, which represents the various...

Get updates to your inbox!

Join our list to get the inside word on the best (and cheapest) food in town.

cheap eats

You have Successfully Subscribed!