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Where to eat on a Sunday night

Jan 20, 2016 Restaurants


Put an end to dull Sundays with this list of fun dining options, broken down geographically.

Above: The Culpeper, Princes Wharf. 


Central city:

Baduzzi , North Wharf

Cafe Hanoi , Britomart

Clooney, Freeman’s Bay

The Culpeper, Princes Wharf

Depot , Federal St

Ebisu, Britomart

Euro 2.0, Princes Wharf

Fed Deli, Federal St

The Grill by Sean Connolly, Federal St

Gusto at the Grand, Federal St

Ima , Fort St

Mexico, Britomart

Ortolana, Britomart

Soul Bar & Bistro, Viaduct

The Sugar Club, Sky Tower


Apero, K’Rd

Balmoral/Mt Eden:

Barilla , Dominion Rd


Siostra. Photo: Ken Downie.


Grey Lynn:

Cafe Viet, Surrey Crescent

Siostra, Richmond Rd

Herne Bay:

Janken (until 9pm), Jervois Rd


The Blue Breeze Inn, Ponsonby Central

Burger Burger, Ponsonby Central

Farina, Summer St

Golden Dawn, Ponsonby Rd

Mexico, Ponsonby Rd

Prego , Ponsonby Rd

Ramen Takara , Three Lamps

Saan, Ponsonby Rd

SPQR, Ponsonby Rd

The Street Food Collective, Lot 3

Mt Albert:

Chinoiserie, Owairaka Ave


Chinoiserie. Photo: Simon Young.



Burger Burger, York St

Cali, Nuffield St

Selera, Khyber Pass Rd


Non Solo Pizza, Parnell Rd

Rosie , Gladstone Rd

Woodpecker Hill, Parnell Rd

Woodpecker Hill.


North Shore:

Biwon Korean BBQ, Wairau Valley

Dumpling Ace (until 9pm), Northcote

Eight. Two, Birkenhead Point

Ramen Takara, Browns Bay


Casita Miro , Onetangi

Cable Bay, Oneroa

The Oyster Inn , Oneroa


Meadow, Meadowbank

Mexico, Ellerslie

St Heliers Bay Bistro, St Heliers


Bodrum Kitchen, The Brickworks

Deco Eatery, Titirangi

Hallertau , Riverhead

Mr Zhou’s Dumplings, New Lynn

The Tasting Shed, Kumeu

The Tasting Shed.



Try It Out , Otahuhu

Master Chinese, Panmure

Samwoo Vietnamese, Otahuhu

Tan’s Kitchen (until 9pm), Panmure


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