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Estrella Damm Tapas Trail: Deco Eatery

Jun 9, 2016 Restaurants

Deco Eatery is owned by Alex Isik, the man behind the Mosiak chain of cafes, New Lynn’s Bodrum Kitchen and co-owner of Point Chevalier’s Nomad restaurant, and many menu items reflect the tastes of his Turkish homeland. Situated in the historic Lopdell House, Deco Eatery’s interior is ravishing: an elegant assemblage of blonde wood and Mediterranean-blue tile set against the building’s original Spanish Mission architecture. The large room is divided into a street side café area, a main dining area, and a light-suffused balcony with views out to Manukau Harbour beyond.

Read more: First Look: Deco Eatery

Deco Eatery’s Estrella Damm Tapas Trail menu:

  • Panko crumbed goat’s cheese balls, runny honey and pistachio
  • Fried calamari with spring onion, parsley and garlic, chilli pickle dipping sauce
  • Lamb, pine nut and herb phyllo cigara with sherry and raisin dipping sauce.

Enjoy all these dishes plus two glasses of Estrella Damm for $40.

About the Estrella Damm Tapas Trail: Metro, in partnership with Estrella Damm, proudly presents a culinary journey across Auckland which pairs flavoursome food from 13 of Auckland’s leading eateries with Estrella Damm’s Mediterranean lager. View other participating restaurants here.

This page is sponsored by Estrella Damm. 




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