Archived: Where to Dine During 4 Days of Fashion

Our fashionable eateries in the heart of the city
21 February, 2018

We have selected our favourite stylish eateries from around the High Street district so you can re-charge and re-fuel in between the numerous events during 4 Days of Fashion in the City while still being in the midst of action..

These is a variety of cuisines on offer, but we are confident that no matter which one you go for, each of these restaurant will deliver top-notch fare in style.

Inti
2 Chancery Street

With its stylish interiors and highly-acclaimed menu, Hispanic restaurant Inti in Chancery is an absolute must-try. Bringing together the flavours and traditions of Central and South America, each dish is a little work of art in its own right. If you're after visual and culinary inspiration, make Inti your next lunch or dinner spot. 

Hello Restaurant
Snickel Lane, entrance off Fort Lane

Tucked away in trendy Snickel Lane, this eatery serves pan-European fare delivered in a casual urban setting. Start your fashion-filled day with a wholesome breakfast, re-fuel in the afternoon, or wind down with a glass of wine in the evening. Hello Restaurant has got you covered.

Lucky Buddha
48 Fort St

Small but perfectly formed, this Fort Street gem is the home of delicious pan-Asian food. The exciting combination of flavours is sure to delight and take you on an exquisite culinary journey.

Pilkingtons
41 Shortland St

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city in a stunning urban oasis that is Pilkingtons. With interiors inspired by orange groves and a menu designed by a top Auckland chef, this all-day eatery is a perfect choice for those looking for a sophisticated, yet casual and relaxed, dining experience. 

Cassia
5 Fort Lane

Step off the streets into the warm and inviting atmosphere of Cassia, an award-wining eatery specialising in contemporary Indian cuisine. Explore the flavours of the Sub-continent in a completely new way and enjoy the simple but on-point interiors.

Indochine
42 Fort Street

Another Fort Street gem, Indochine is your destination for an authentic Vietnamese dining experience. Whether you're after lunch or dinner, you can enjoy authentic street food flavours of Hanoi including such staples like succulent rice paper rolls, banh mi served with crispy baguette and hearty pho. 

Giapo
12 Gore Street​

This iconic Auckland institution is more than just a gelato store. Its walls contain an innovative laboratory pushing the boundaries of dessert. Reward yourself after a busy day of fashion events and shopping with one of Giapo's creations combining unique flavours and artistic presentation.  

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