The food scene in Auckland is so exciting. There are so many new food places now and my list of places to go to keeps growing. The latest addition to the scene is UMU Pizza. If you love a good pizza, this is a place to check out. I’ve been twice and have tried 6 out of the 8 pizzas they have on offer so if you want to know my thoughts and more info about this place, continue down below.
When the invitation to have breakfast at The Sugar Club landed in my inbox, I basically wanted to say yes straight away. I’ve been to The Sugar Club once and I know it’s such a great place to dine. I knew the event had something to do with coffee but I was pleasantly surprised when I walked in last week that it’s for the launch of L’OR Espresso.
I feel quite lucky that I’m spoilt for choice for places to eat in my neighbourhood. The latest exciting place that opened in Takapuna is Nanam Eatery. Nanam is not your traditional Filipino restaurant and that’s what intrigued me and my family so we decided to finally check it out.
I wanted to write about my September Highlights/Recap because it was such a busy but great month. A lot of different things happened such as blog events, catch up with friends and eating lots of food.
Last weekend, I headed over to Avondale for the monthly NZ Bloggers Brunchclub at Rosebank Coffee & Kitchen. I’ve never been there but I’ve heard great things so I was pretty excited. My friend Lena of Lena Talks Beauty also organised it. I love trying new food places so I’m glad to have this place ticked off my long list.
The photos in this post was taken back in June but I couldn’t not share the prettiest place I’ve ever had brunch in. If you live in Auckland, I highly recommend checking out Homestead on a beautiful day. I went here for brunch with a bunch of NZ bloggers. I’ve never been here before and this place was full of surprises.
It is that time of the year again and The Food Show is back in Auckland. I went for the first time last year and it was great so I wanted to check out this year’s show. I went with my friend today and I wanted to share today’s experience because you still have 2 more days left to check out this year’s show.
I’ll share what we got up to, my haul and stalls I recommend checking out.
My last post was about the Matakana Village Farmers Market and I said in that post that I’ll share about the place we went for brunch which was the Matakana Market Kitchen.
Today’s post is about one of my favourite food places in Auckland. I should’ve written about The Garden Shed a long time ago because I’ve been here multiple times but I was only able to take better photos during the weekend when I went with other NZ Bloggers for the monthly Brunchclub.