Category: East Auckland

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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...

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Small Fry at Te Tuhi

What a welcome relief Small Fry at Te Tuhi is to Pakuranga, for so many reasons. Their coffee is ace, the baking a small but discerning range and best of all the food from their kitchen, a combination of modern Malaysian fare and excellent sandwiches. Small Fry is housed in...

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Hawker and Roll

It’s not often I get too excited about going to an eatery attached to a shopping mall, but in the case of Hawker and Roll, just looking at the menu online had me salivating. And we weren’t disappointed. It tasted every bit as good as the descriptions, and left us...

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Tan’s Kitchen Malaysian Cuisine

I love the fusion of flavours in Malaysian food, and when I heard that Tan’s Kitchen had taken over from the excellent Sri Puteri’s in Panmure, a visit there became a priority. We drove over to Tan’s Kitchen after netball, very much in need of warming food.   I placed...

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Bombay Blues

I headed out to Bombay Blues in St John’s during the judging process for the recent Metro Cheapeats awards. Located in one of those anonymous strip malls on the Glen Innes side of St John’s, I was initially apprehensive about the quality of the food that I would find there....

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Big J’s Takeaways

I knew that Big J’s must be something different than your average burger bar when colleague May-Lee Wong mentioned that she wanted to check this place out, too!  Yes, this is a takeaway, but there are a couple of tables available to eat in, so I figured that Big J’s...

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