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Review: Ma Cherie
Review: Ma Cherie

The menu is French favourites, featuring lots of baking and cheese, very reasonably priced and hard to choose between.

Restaurant review: Bawarchi, Sandringham
Restaurant review: Bawarchi, Sandringham

It took me two attempts to get the brains at Bawarchi. I had heard they served them, but there was no sign of them on the…

Review: Odette's Eatery
Review: Odette's Eatery

Odette’s is a graceful swan of a place to dine in.

Review: Were Bros in Grey Lynn
Review: Were Bros in Grey Lynn

The menu at Were Bros will leave you feeling satisfied and oh-so-righteous.

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Review: Eight Point Two
Review: Eight Point Two

Birkenhead eatery has top-notch food.

Review: Miss Moonshine's

Put on your ‘meat-eatin’ shoes’ for a great meal out.

Review: Onehunga Cafe

The menu is split into two - one side brunch, and the other side leaning more towards lunch-style options.

Restaurant review: Bosco Verde, Epsom

Comfort food with Italian grace notes.

Restaurant review: Chikos
Restaurant review: Chikos

In a not-so-trendy part of town is an eatery offering exciting modern European cuisine with flavours…

Review: Puhoi Valley Cafe

If the weather's right, you can opt to pack a basket with cheese and antipasto and enjoy a picnic on the grassy property…

Restaurant review: Miss Moonshine's, Ponsonby

It's all about the meat at latest Ponsonby eatery.

Restaurant review: Botswana Butchery, Auckland CBD

Join the pack for a good, sound feed.

New opening: café in the park

The food was well portioned and beautifully presented.

Review: Zool Zool
Review: Zool Zool

Hoover them, twirl them, the result is excellent.

Restaurant review: Verona Cafe, Auckland CBD

K Rd classic feeds diners’ souls with great music and a promise of organic satisfaction to come.

Brunch: Brighton Road Cafe, Parnell

The look was that of a cosy local cafe, inside an old railway cottage. There were just enough tables and wicker chairs inside…

Restaurant review: Et Tu, Te Atatu Peninsula

In Auckland's insane property market, Te Atatu North, reinvented as Te Atatu Peninsula, is the new front line of upward…

Brunch: Deco Eatery, Titirangi

The look is five-star. Blond wood furniture, blue Mediterranean tiles on the floor, palms in copper pots and smartly dressed…

Depot's return: The verdict
Depot's return: The verdict

The fire is out but it's still smoking hot at Al's place.

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