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Topic # 143289 9-Apr-2014 16:27
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As all IT people know, we have a couple of foods we hold close to our hearts, one of those is sausage rolls.

Does anyone know where to get a decent lot of these, already cooked etc., so from a bakery, preferably delivered, but pick would work if close to Shortland Street.

I thought I'd bring a treat in for the team since we've been under the pump a bit.





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  Reply # 1022264 9-Apr-2014 16:57
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Looking forward to the answer to this one - most of the ones I have encountered in the last 10 years leave a lot to be desired in the 'sausage meat' area!





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  Reply # 1022267 9-Apr-2014 17:02
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Cranksky (spelling?) sausage rolls from Pavilion cafe under the Vero tower.

On to a winner!


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1022268 9-Apr-2014 17:04
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Make some at home!

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Those frozen ones from the supermarket always go down well at our work. Got an oven at work? Can't beat em, especially with a big bowl of tomato sauce.  Gone in seconds....




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  Reply # 1022307 9-Apr-2014 17:40
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Ronnies on the corner of Customs and Hobson streets do a reasonable sausage roll, fairly traditional bakery fare.

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best ones I ever had are from the café in Clevedon, sausage rolls wrapped in bacon and cheese too

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  Reply # 1022367 9-Apr-2014 18:34
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nathan: best ones I ever had are from the café in Clevedon, sausage rolls wrapped in bacon and cheese too

Nathan will more than happily deliver these too in the Microsoft company helicopter :)





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  Reply # 1022423 9-Apr-2014 19:36
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nathan: best ones I ever had are from the café in Clevedon, sausage rolls wrapped in bacon and cheese too

Nathan will more than happily deliver these too in the Microsoft company helicopter :)



Unless support for the helicopter's operating system is no longer provided?! ;-)







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  Reply # 1022474 9-Apr-2014 21:09
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Thanks for the suggestions guys, I might have to go for a walk around and do some taste testing ;) 

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Glad to hear the one right under Vero is good though - will definitely have a look! 





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  Reply # 1022621 10-Apr-2014 09:02
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Jones the Grocer on the viaduct, near Latitude 37 apts do a chickpea sausage roll. Actually very good! Just the viaduct price tag that spoils it...




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  Reply # 1023198 11-Apr-2014 01:29
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Pie Face in Shortland St. do sausage rolls. Haven't tried them so can't give an opinionsmile

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  Reply # 1023266 11-Apr-2014 10:12
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Check out the O'Connell St Deli, by far the tastiest sausage rolls I've found in the Shortland St area.

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  Reply # 1023285 11-Apr-2014 10:28
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now im craving some sausage rolls...

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