Author: May-Lee

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Happy Boy Eatery

Believe the hype. Happy Boy, the latest venture by the industrious team behind some of Auckland hospo’s best including Chinoiserie and Kiss Kiss, delivers both in concept and in execution. Happy Boy is the newest brainchild of Jasper and Ludo Maignot and Celeste Thornley, a vision in neon blue and...

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Satya Spice and Chai Shop

The closest thing I can liken Satya Spice and Chai Shop to, is a dive bar, of the sort you’d find nestled down the laneways of Budapest. The Spice and Chai Shop itself is in fact an alleyway that adjoins to a small Indian supplies store run by the good...

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Go Go Music Cafe

At street level punters may be disheartened to see the darkened window-front of a shut-up and empty shop, like I did the night I visited Go Go Music Café with my Cheapeats colleagues Lynn and Kate.   But look a little towards your right and you’ll see a narrow stairwell...

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Corner Burger

The rise of the gourmet burger joint has been a happy one.  Aucklanders now have more options available to them than they can shake a peanut butter thick shake at.  Some burgeries focus on simplicity done well whilst others offer all the bells and whistles and then some. So where does...

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Tiger Burger

Food trucks and pop-up restaurants have been transforming Auckland’s dining landscape over the last few years, gracing us with innovative, inventive and affordable food. But sometimes you don’t want to have to wait for the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month to eat your new favourite food, so happy...

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Oaken

The mark of a great new eatery is one that reinvents the wheel, in some way. Don’t get me wrong, wheels are great; but there is nothing more satisfying than being thrilled by the unexpected. Eggs are everyone’s favourite breakfast food. With a golden yellow yolk in the middle and...

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