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Mojung

We were quite excited to see a new-ish Korean Restaurant out west. Good asian food is scarce in Outrageous Fortune country. Mojung Restaurant is sweet. Cute decor and really clean, creating a nicer atmosphere than many Korean joints around town (of course there had to be one child-like decal and...

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Nishiki

We were in two minds about whether to add Nishiki to Cheap Eats. It’s definitely not expensive but the question of whether you feel full after $20 worth of food is debatable depending on who you are. I certainly did last night but my husband said he could have eaten...

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Angie’s Kitchen

Angie’s Kitchen describes itself as serving “Traditional Malaysian Food From the Heart” and we would certainly agree. The small restaurant is located in an old heritage building that has been modernised.  The dining area has a definite home-like ambience, with colourful geraniums in the window planters.  With Angie in the...

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Dragonfired

Update Review, February, 2016: Waiheke doesn’t have a lot of evening Cheapeats options, so thank goodness that the delicious food at Dragonfired at Little Oneroa is now also offered at a new second location at Palm Beach. Dragonfired is known for its delicious, organic pizzas (base $12 plus toppings at...

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Renkon Parnell

If you work in the city, this cheap eat won’t be news to you but it’s such great food and value that I’ll risk preaching to the converted to inform those who haven’t been yet. Renkon has three branches (CBD, Ponsonby, Parnell) but last night I caught up with a...

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