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Toana'i at Metita

Metro x SkyCity

Crunch Time: Tasting LAY'S

A taste test of Auckland's wildest potato chips.

Great Import — A trip to Spiga, Remuera's local Italian

There is nothing stuffy or old-world about this thoughtfully playful Italian restaurant in this thoughtfully playful alleyway in Remuera.

Metro Eats! — Friday 29 September

Goodbye!

A RESTAURANT RECKONING

High rents, unending council issues, a staffing crisis and few profits to show for it all — why do people still want to open a restaurant?

CYCLEWAY SABOTEURS!

How a small but loud minority delayed — and tried to completely kill — one of the rarest things in local politics: an almost universally popular plan to install cycle lanes.

Review: We visit Kol, Sid and Chand Sahrawat’s latest addition in Ponsonby

Charred

Chowderheads.

A literary journey into the colonial history of seafood chowder.

Metro Eats — Friday 5 May

Essential information for Auckland eaters.

Metro Eats! — Friday 3 March

Food travel Writing, random thoughts and what is good and happening in local food. With thanks to Tuatara!

Metro Eats! — Friday 3 February

Wet.

Eating, Alone

The magic of solo dining.

Rēwena is unique to Aotearoa — so why don’t we eat more of it?

Bread is such a staple that’s easy to overlook its importance. How often do you sit down and think about the bread you eat and where it comes from, both literally and culturally?

What is bread?

An attempt to answer one of life’s greatest mysteries.

Metro Eats! — Friday 22 July

New and good things to eat in Tāmaki + a giveaway and an interview with Masterchef, Sam Low!

Metro Arts — Tuesday 12 July

School Holidays Descend Again + A theatre giveaway! NZIFF Picks! and More!

Metro Eats — Thursday 23 June

So much to eat!

Metro Eats (for under $25)

The best places to eat in Auckland without spending a fortune.

Paradise

581 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham

Venky's

535 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham

Jai Jalaram Khaman

39 Boundary Rd, Blockhouse Bay

Cassia

90 Federal St, Central city

Sidart

Level 1, Three Lamps Plaza, 283 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby

Santhiya - CLOSED

1270 Dominion Rd, Mt Roskill

Queens Court

368 Queen St, Central city

Gorkha Kitchen

1 Eastern Beach Rd, Eastern Beach, Eastern Beach

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Metro N°441 is Out Now.

It’s our annual, inflation-busting ‘Where to Eat for Less Than $25’ list (with thanks to Uber Eats) issue! PLUS the Summer Books Special and the Auckland Property Report Card (with thanks to Barfoot and Thompson). Also, Sir Bob Harvey looks into the missing treasures in our museums and talks to Jacqui Knight about monarch butterflies. AND NOT ONLY THAT: Emil Scheffmann looks into our secondary art market, Matthew Hooton and Morgan Godfery look into the new government, Jamie Wall into the tennis, Hana Pera Aoake into the Māori response to the war in Palestine and Abby Howells into being the lion in the Wizard of Oz. We also find the 10 Best Bakeries in Auckland, a great recipe for a Japanese Breakfast and the king of the supermarket pasta brands. All this and much, much more.

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