In conjunction with restaurant review website Zomato and Tofu the Easter bunny, we are running an Easter Egg hunt on Zomato with a prize of $100 in restaurant vouchers.
Zomato has a powerful search engine which you can use to search specific ingredients, dishes or even ambience notes.
To enter this competition, visit Zomato.com and have a nosey in the Auckland category. Search for the keywords “boiled egg” and view all the restaurants that have a boiled egg mentioned in their reviews.
Name 4 of these restaurants in the contact form below to be in to win.
Entries close Wednesday 23 April 2014 and winner will be drawn by Zomato, contacted by email and announced here and on social networks.
Terms and conditions
- 1 entry per person.
- Only correct entries will be accepted to the draw.
- This competition is open to Auckland residents only.
- The winner will receive $100 in restaurant vouchers: $50 Tatsumi, $30 Nickie’s Thai, $20 Mission Bay Cafe.
- Prizes may not be exchanged for cash and no change will be given.
- Entries close Wednesday 23 April 2014. Winner will be drawn Thursday 24 April 2014.
This competition is now closed.
Bunny is so cute:))) adorable!
No way, no way, Tofu is sooo adorable! As it happens, I also have a pet-bunny, a white Angora by the name of Mister Pufu: he’s five now, lives with us in the house and he’s just so damn smart and cute! Do you also trim Tofu’s fur? We do, otherwise my house would be a mess… Anyway, love your blog, so happy to have found it!
Hi Andie and Mister Pufu. Is that pronounced “Puff-u” or “Poo-foo? We don’t trim his fur, but he isn’t an Angora. I try and brush him at least once a week. What I can brush off means he doesn’t ingest it during grooming. We have a lot of fluff in the house. Most obvious by the black clothes that come out of the wash with white fluff all over!
Haha, it’s Poo-foo, but now that you mention it, it really sounds Chinese :)) We have to trim him, otherwise his hair grows a lot and he becomes really sad and inactive. You might consider it even for Tofu, for us it did wonders. The only drawback is that when the fur grows back it’s no longer neat, it has flocks everywhere and doesn’t look so fun anymore. We don’t care, we just want him to be happy 🙂
Aww, that’s sweet. Tofu had a bladder stone removed two months ago and the vet shaved all around his bottom. It’s been a lot better lately but we may keep his undercarraige trimmed so that we don’t have any further problems. He’s very good at keeping clean except for the but around his tail as he cannot reach.