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Thirty Under $30

Sep 28, 2012 Cheap Eats

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Cafe Hanoi


You’ll probably bust our $20 price ceiling at these restaurants, but you can still get a great bargain dinner (with a main course rather than tapas) for less than $30. Listed alphabetically.

Al Volo
27 Mt Eden Rd, Grafton (pizzas).

Bunga Raya
3062 Great North Rd, New Lynn (Malaysian).

Cafe Hanoi
Cnr Galway St/Commerce St, Britomart (Vietnamese).

Canton Cafe
477 New North Rd, Kingsland.

Ceylon Sizzle
30 Broadway, Papakura (Sri Lankan).

Citizen Q
Q theatre, 305 Queen St, CBD.

Thai House
25 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby.

Elliott Stables
39 Elliott St, CBD (food hall).

Epolito’s Pizzeria
1 Rawhiti Rd, One Tree Hill

62 Victoria St West, CBD (Japanese).

Gorgeous New York Pizza Bar
327 Dominion Rd, Mt Eden.

Haru No Yume
405 Mt Eden Rd, Mt Eden (Japanese).

Il Buco
113 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby (pizzas).

Industry Zen
104 Customs St West, Viaduct (Japanese).

KK Malaysian
463a Manukau Rd, Epsom.

Le Garde-Manger
466 Queen St, CBD (French).

Mekong Neua
483 New North Rd, Kingsland (Thai/Laotian).

23 Britomart Place, Britomart.

Mezze Bar
9 Durham St East, CBD (tapas).

Mutiara Malaysian
66 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby.

Occidental Belgian Beer Cafe
6 Vulcan Lane, CBD (and the other Belgian Beer Cafes in Mission Bay, Mt Eden & Takapuna).

Parkside Cafe & Vietnamese Cuisine
775 New North Rd, Mt Albert (Thu-Sat nights only).

Popina’s Pizza  
316 Main Rd, Huapai.

Sake Bar 601
601 New North Rd, Morningside (Japanese).

Sake Bar Nippon
413 Manukau Rd, Epsom (Japanese).

Sopheara Cambodian
3/136 Chapel Rd, Flat Bush.

460a New North Rd, Kingsland (Japanese).

Tanuki/Tanuki’s Cave
319/319b Queen St, CBD (Japanese).

Urban Turban
39 Jellicoe St, Wynyard Quarter (Indian).

Wine Loft
67 Shortland St, CBD (tapas, pizzas).


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