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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
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 13:00

White Horse Takeaways

White Horse Chinese Foods Takeaways have been serving the freshest Fish & Chips and Fresh Vegetable Stir fry since it opened in 1985. Specialising in Chinese and European food in Mt Eden, the White Horse Chinese Foods Takeaways is sure to please.

Open Monday 4pm to 10pm
Tuesday to Saturday 12pm to 10pm
Sunday 12pm to 10pm

Published in Takeout
Thursday, 13 March 2014 13:00

Domino's Pizza

Opening hours:


Sunday 11 am to 11pm
Monday 11am to 11pm
Tuesday 11am to 11pm
Wednesday 11am to 11pm
Thursday 11am to 12 am
Friday 11am to 1 am
Saturday 11am to 1 am

Published in Takeout
Thursday, 13 March 2014 13:00

Burger Wisconsin

At Burger Wisconsin you can have it all! We create guilt-free, fresh and wholesome luxury burgers for health-conscious gourmets on the run.

We start with the freshest and finest local ingredients, we grill to remove fat, and we cook wedges and fries with canola oil using "The NZ Chip Group" recommendations to create low saturated-fat, balanced burger meals of carbohydrate, protein and vegetables. We also grill to order, offer 'build your own burger' choices, and gluten free and vegetarian options.

Only barn-raised chickens, lean pure NZ farmed lamb and 100% Certified AngusPure Beef are used. Our Dory fillets are caught and processed in NZ waters and our vegetarian falafel is bursting with the natural goodness of chickpeas and kidney beans. Even our crunchy lettuces are produced hydroponically spray-free just for us and arrive still growing – while our red onions and vine tomatoes are delivered garden fresh, ready for us to slice to order. Our fresh-baked burger buns (including a gluten-free option) contain no added sugar, preservatives or artificial colours.

At Burger Wisconsin, we're proud to have led the trend for healthy food in the NZ burger market since 1989. We're constantly combing the country for new and ethical produced ingredients with great flavour. We're committed to ensuring that our food is naturally healthy.

Open Sunday to Thursday 5pm to 9.30pm
Friday and Saturday 5pm to 10pm

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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
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 00:00

Paris Mt Eden Bakery

This is bakery that's frequented by locals and those passing through. They make everything you'd expect a bakery to make, from pies, sausage rolls (including vegetarian), slices and cakes.

You can take in a coffee with your cake or the staff will package everything up for you to take home.

Published in Food & Beverage
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 13:00

Mt Eden Village Fish Shop

The Mt Eden Village Fish Shop was opened in 1939 and has become a well established iconic part of Mt Eden Village ever since.

We take pride in providing a premium seafood experience for our loyal customers, including a variety of market fresh fish daily, smoked seafood and award winning fish and chips.

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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

Sierra Cafe

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Published in Café

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