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Topic # 228748 20-Jan-2018 12:35
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I'm due to be down in wellington over the start of feb.


Looking for some ideas of nice (casual dress) places to pop out to with the partner.




Bonus points if ingress portals exist there ;)


@PhantomNVD gonna come join too? or just auckland NL?

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  Reply # 1943976 20-Jan-2018 12:50
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Restaurant 88 on Tory St is a favourite of mine  


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  Reply # 1944018 20-Jan-2018 14:47
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Sweet Mama's Kitchen in Courtney Place.


Drexels (or whatever it's called now) for breakfast


Great India in Courtney area for Indian

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  Reply # 1944020 20-Jan-2018 14:49
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Little Penang, most definitely!

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  Reply # 1944246 21-Jan-2018 02:17
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2nd Bresolin (amazing buttermilk chicken) and also Little Penang (Bihun Goreng FTW)

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  Reply # 1944256 21-Jan-2018 08:05

Regal on Courtney Place for Chinese.


Wife and daughter rave about the yum cha.

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  Reply # 1944258 21-Jan-2018 08:13
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Cant go past my local Miramar faves (lunch more than dinner):

Gypsy Kitchen
Cafe Polo
The Larder


Edit: oh and La Boca Loca...

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Mama Brown's on Wakefield Street.


The milkshakes are a meal in themselves.


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