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Coen Sushi and Donburi

Eden Coen Sushi

Dine in or take out, open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.

Closed public holidays.

Published in Takeout
Monday, 26 January 2015 13:00

The Garden Shed

This distination has a clever gardening theme, a backyard to enjoy and is the latest bistro joining the Village.

The Garden Shed is a tranqual place to sit down and enjoy a quite drink, lunch or dinner at the same time indulge in hearty local fare. From brilliant burgers and fries to hand-crafted platters best shared with friends.

There are also excellent craft brews and non-alcoholic sodas, created with soda from the kitchen’s special tap mixed with syrups from Wellington's Six Barrel Soda Co. Whatever you do, don't miss taking a trip to the astro-turf covered loos - they are some of the most quirky bathrooms in the Auckland region.

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Published in Restaurant
Sunday, 24 August 2014 00:00

The Return Of RAD

Published in Café
Thursday, 13 March 2014 13:00

Village Sushi

Quality, always fresh sushi. Clean and tidy shshi place. Very friendly, realistic and warm staff. Smallest sushi place but best sushi in town!

Open Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm
Sat 9am – 3pm

Published in Takeout
Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

Nite Spice Restaurant and Bar

Nite Spice - True flavours of India

With a rich heritage, the history of Indian cuisine is as old as our civilization. The Indian dinning etiquette is built on traditions and behind almost every tradition are centuries of invasions, conquests, religious beliefs, political changes and social customs.

People from the Indus valley cooked with wild grains, herbs and plants. Most of them are staples today. The Mughals saw food as an art and made us familiar with the fragrance of rose water, the texture of yoghurt and desi ghee, and the use of spices. They showed us that eating is meant to be pleasurable. The Chinese introduced the tradition of tea, Portuguese made red chilli popular and from the British we borrowed the dinner decorum of being conservative.

More interesting is how traditions have come into shape, evolved and transformed over time. They primarily vary by region and religion. In a land of numerous rituals, the act of offering food to deities gave birth to many traditions. The “prasadam” served at temples, the “langar” at Gurudwaras or the lavish “Iftar” meals reflect our diverse ethnicity. These traditions made their way into our kitchens and influenced how we regard food – sacred and pure.

Spices are used in many Indian dishes. When it is hot, spices such as chili peppers and garlic help the body sweat and cool it down. In colder weather, spices such as cloves, cinnamon, ginger, black pepper, cardamom, and nutmeg help warm the body. At Nite Spice we proudly proclaim that:

‘‘Spice is our name and Spice is our passion!’’

The secret to the distinctive flavours and choice offerings on the Nite Spice menu can be found in the rules of the kitchen.
* Freshest ingredients
* Less oil
* No colouring
* No cream (unless absolutely necessary)
* Trusted recipes
* No shortcuts
* A passion for good food and a love for what we do!

Nite Spice has been proudly serving our customers in Mt Eden for more than 10 years, ensuring the dishes are matched with impeccable service and hospitality.

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Published in Restaurant
Thursday, 13 March 2014 00:00

Scarlett Slimms & Lucky

Balaji Trading Co.

A brand new buzzing modern gastro pub specialising in great food.

Gin drinks are a speciality – their gin collection numbers 28 right now, with more on the way – and they make their own shrubs, drink mixers made from fruit, spices, vinegar and sugar. Current flavours include Black Doris plum, star anise, and clove and bayleaf.

A great place for a sunny afternoon with friends.

 

Open 11am to 1am Monday to Friday, 8am to 1am Saturday and Sunday.

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Published in Restaurant
Thursday, 13 March 2014 13:00

De Post Belgian Beer Cafe

Originally opened in 1886 as the Mt Eden Post Office this wonderful building was transformed into De Post Belgian Beer Café in 2000. The interior, fully imported from Belgium, offers an authentic European feeling across two bar areas & a sunny outside balcony.

We are home to the greatest beer menu in NZ with 116 of the most sought after Belgian beers available in our fantastic Magna Carta Fermenta, The Great Book of Beers™. Along with our favorites on tap including Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, Leffe and Belle-Vue Kriek, we have an amazing hand picked selection of delicacies that will satisfy all tastes! We have Triples, Blondes, Golden Ales, Witbiers, Amber Ales, Trappist Ales, Dubbels, Quadruples, Lambics galore as well as the best beer in the world...Westvleteren 12!

We proudly serve authentic Belgian cuisine complimented by an extensive selection of fine Belgian beers & some of the best wines from NZ & Australia. We recommend you try our signature steaming mussel pots and famous mussel platters.
We are open Monday to Friday from 11am till late and from 930am to late on weekends. We specialise in hosting fabulous functions.
Join our fantastic customer loyalty programme,FrenzCard™, the easy way to earn & spend real rewards in real time.

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Published in Restaurant
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 13:00

Essential Deli

At Essential Deli, we strive to source only the best tasting ingredients and products for you because, we know, food is as important to you as it is us.

For a lunch on the go or specially crafted, bespoke catering for an event - Essential Deli will prepare a plethora of options to tempt your taste buds while fitting in with your needs and budget. All our food is prepared with top quality ingredients by our chef, Andrew. We have options to suit all of our customers dietary needs and for the meat-lovers – all of our food uses ethically farmed meats and eggs.

For the coffee lovers out there, Essential Deli uses Millers Organic Coffee beans in our coffee to enable you to kick-start (or continue) your day in the best possible way.

Chocolate: one of the finest words for one of the finest foods.

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Published in Food & Beverage
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 00:00

Coen Sushi and Donburi

Eden Coen Sushi

Dine in or take out, open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.

Closed public holidays.

Published in Café
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 13:00

Olaf's Artisan Bakery Cafe

Welcome to Olaf's Artisan Bakery Café in Mount Eden Village. Our Award winning bakery is in full view of the café, so while you dine with us, you can experience how Olaf, Nigel and Thomas make their European style breads from scratch.

Olaf is a German trained baker, pastry chef and chef, with over twenty years of baking experience in a wide range of establishments, from fine dining to first class catering, in Germany and New Zealand.

Olaf's real passion is for artisan bread. We make a range of traditional European breads from French Pain au Levain to German Vollkorn using only traditional techniques and natural ingredients. Long fermentation and skilful handling at every stage is the way we produce loaves with authentic European flavour, texture and crust. We do not use any flavourings, additives, preservatives or "bread improvers".

The result is a unique range of breads, which won 7 Awards at the New Zealand Bakery of the Year Award in 2012. Olaf's breads are the equal of any you will find in the true artisan bakeries of Europe.

You can watch Olaf and his bakers work, just the other side of the glass wall, but if you want to ask any questions or take a closer look feel free to, they love talking about their bread and are happy to give you pointers if you are a keen baker yourself.

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