Tagged: auckland

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Pho Saigon

It was a happy day when I heard that the Lam family had gone back to their Vietnamese roots with the latest addition to their restaurant family Pho Saigon. I was first introduced to that wonderful fusion food – the Vietnamese Sandwich (Banh) – when they opened Banh Mi Bale...

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Haru no Yume

Up until now I have happily handed over the opportunity to review Japanese restaurants to colleague Alexia, but that has now changed after our excellent Monday night special dinner at Haru no Yume. We had seen the notice for the Monday special in the window of the restaurant and decided...

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Mamak Malaysian Restaurant

For those unfamiliar with the term, Mamak refers to the Tamil-Muslims of Malaysia who own and operate often twenty-four hour street stalls. Mamak itself is a small place situated towards the back of the Chancery, with room for seating inside and out. Attention to décor is evident and there are gas-heaters and awnings to...

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Satya – Mt Eden

Satya is hardly a well-kept secret. Most of you who are interested in good food will be aware of its existence. But since a fourth restaurant in the chain has just opened in Mt Eden we thought we should check it out just in case there is anyone who doesn’t...

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Crazy Noodle Bar

We were told that this place had great food and I suspect that it does if you get to know the menu or try the more unusual dishes. Located on Kent Street in a little building all of its own, Crazy Noodle makes a convenient stop for a cheap meal...

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Lebanese Cafe

Since interviewing a Lebanese woman in Christchurch for Next magazine some time ago, I have been searching for good Lebanese food in Auckland and have finally found it! The Lebanese Cafe on K-road is a pretty basic looking takeout but the adjoining dine-in space has its own special charm. Basic...

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