Open 7 days, 8.00am till late. Breakfast Lunch and Dinner.
Most people head for the Viaduct Basin and it's array of eateries. However it is rather expensive there, albeit nice and modern. I have known... more
We ate at the Manuka restaurant on our first evening in New Zealand, and we were very glad to have some fresh vegetables after 2 days spent eating in airports and airplanes!
We went for a classic... more
If you love Chinese dinning as we do, this is one of Auckland's best, with freindly staff and great food at reasonable prices this is not to be missed.
We have been here a number of times now and it... more
Euro is usually the first place on my list of things to do when returning to Auckland, which isn't often enough.
The food and service is consistently excellent, plus the wine list is great (try the... more
I don’t plan to include every Starbucks Café on my pages, but every now and then a special one is worth a mention. This Starbucks is situated in the popular Parnell Village shops. Not too far from... more
Portside was a breath of fresh air. We had driven around the city and other popular eating areas only to find the place overcrowded and too busy for us to get a meal.
Stumbled across Portside, to find... more
A group of ten of us came over last night (26th Feb 2012) for dinner to celebrate my friend's birthday. We had a really good time and the food was delicious. While we were waiting outside... more
Orbit is a very classy restaurant. It is right below the top floor of Sky Tower. The restaurant rotates while you eat. It sounds like a cool idea but was actually making my wife and I feel sick. (they... more
Iguacu is a nice restaurant and bar in trendy Parnell, one of Aucklands more fashionable areas. The restaurant is quite big, with an outside dining area at the front.
We stuck with the bar, which was... more
Mission Bay Fisheries is a small fish and chips shop and fast food joint opposite the beach at Mission Bay.
I ate here one lunchtime in April 2006 having made the 7km walk from central Auckland in... more
Set in an old 1920's wooden building on the corner overlooking the harbour, Kahve is a really pleasing place to have brunch or dinner.
Some items only.
$4NZ Warm Croissant
$4 Toasted... more
This place used to be the place to hang out after work. It was dingy, drab and pokey. It was great!!! Then after three years away in London I came back and the place had transformed into a very smart... more
Hammerheads is along Tamaki Drive on the waterfront of Okahu Bay – about 5 mins from downtown. They have floor to ceiling windows to make full use of the wonderful view of the harbour. You can dine... more
You'd think with a name like Oh Calcutta this place might not be that good however you would be completely wrong. The setting on Parnell Rise is really good with a few outside seats kept warm, if it's... more
As we were staying at Mercure, Customs Street we enjoyed a sundowner drink at the Vertigo Restaurant and bar on the top floor.
Happy hour daily 4:30pm to 6:30 pm provides an opportunity to enjoy both... more
Originally this was the old Ponsonby Fire Station and over many years the building has become the home of many restaurant businesses (including one called 'The Old Ponsonby Fire Station'). Today the... more
This place is a real gem!! Extremely well priced within anyone's budget, and good wholesome food with excellent Vittoria coffee.
I really was excited to find this little place. This is for coffees and... more
Parnell is a great place for brunch, especially on a sunny morning. Needless to say, I indulged in my favourite dish, French Toast.
Strawberry Alarm Clock do that wonderfully and as I have eaten a... more
Nice sunny outdoor dining area as well as indoor dining. Spacious and nice ambience.
Great place to dine if you are planning to do some shopping in Parnell. I had brunch and chose French Toast, with... more
The ambience was a winner all round here at Limon!
Inside, the indoor tables and the bar, is very tastefully decorated with interesting "stuff". Outdoors, sitting in the sun on the wharf was just so... more
Valentine's Day fell on the last day of our trip to New Zealand, so my wife and I wanted to book a romantic gourmet restaurant for a special dinner together. A Kiwi friend of ours recommeded Vinnies... more
Auckland is the gateway to New Zealand for most International travellers and the largest city in New Zealand. The city has been named by many international survey reports as being one of the top 10......
AUCKLAND, Ah AUCKLAND!!!
You'll probably arrive by air. But for me, I drive in from the south, and it slowly comes into view as I drive over the Bombay Hills. I see the Skytower on the horizon, it......
Auckland is my home city, though I live in an outlying part of the Auckland Region. Most Aucklanders don't really differentiate much between the two geographic concepts. VT now does and this page is...