Auckland. This is a dining experience no serious gourmand should miss. Mr Morris more than meets expectations: it reinvents them.
Japanese influences in an on-point neighbourhood spot that is one of Dominion Road’s finest.
Somewhere stylishly grand and sophisticated to while away a few hours. Start with cocktails from a creative line-up, sit back and be wowed by the expertly considered dishes from one of Aotearoa’s most celebrated chefs.
A bright star in the busy Commercial Bay dining hub that delivers a menu with a strong contemporary New Zealand food focus, expertly prepared and presented.
A daytime café that delves deliciously deeper than the norm.
Casual, family-friendly Chinese with a modern twist and a kick of spice for those who like it hot.
Auckland’s leafy slopes waited a long time for this. There’s nothing quite like a restaurant that identifies its audience and perfectly tailors the experience to suit those diners.
If you believe the art of formal dining has disappeared, an evening at Number 5 will convince you otherwise.
AUCKLAND: New York is famous for some uniquely US eating-house genres – the deli, the diner and the grill – each of which run to a tried-and-true formula and service approach.
AUCKLAND. Despite a couple of highlights, there were too many food flaws during our first foray into The Grange-land three months ago for us to leave completely satisfied.