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Everything you need to know about Street Eats 2015

street-eatsStreet Eats is a highlight of Restaurant Month and it’s on this coming Saturday. Now in it’s third year, this popular event is cheap, busy and delicious. This is not so much a celebration of “street foods”, but a celebration of restaurants’ take on street foods. If you enjoy eating lots of different types of foods by our local restaurant chefs, this is for you.

Being a one day event has seen intense crowds and many sold out stalls. This year they are introducing a $5 entry fee which may cut down crowds. Still, I would recommend going early to avoid missing out.


Street Eats

Saturday 29 August 2015
10.30am – 8pm
Shed 10, Queens Wharf
$5 entry (Free entry for supervised children)
More info at: http://www.heartofthecity.co.nz/auckland-events/food-and-drink-events/street-eats


Tips for Street Eats

  • Bring an appetite but get something quick and fast when you arrive so you don’t get hangry
  • Bring a friend (or two) to share dishes with
  • Entry is $5. Bring cash as some stalls may not accept EFTPOS
  • Expect to spent $25-50 per person depending on your appetite and alcohol consumption
  • Go early, before noon, as the more popular dishes sell out early
  • Take public transport if possible
  • Bring a camera, you won’t be the only one snapping food pics!
  • Be patient and enjoy!

Other quick facts about Street Eats:

  • A variety of both restaurants and street food represented
  • Dishes range from $5 to $13ish
  • Beer and wine available
  • Live art, kids’ entertainment and live music (Dictaphone Blues, Soul Samba Circus and Malcolm Lakatani)


Participating restaurants:

Besos Latinos – Latin American. Check out my Q&A with chef Luis Cabrera here.
Best Ugly – Hand rolled wood fired bagels
Botswana Butchery – Premium dining and steakhouse
Box of Bird – Free range rotisserie chicken. Check out my Q&A with chef Camille Rope here.
El Faro
 – Spanish tapas
– Korean barbecue
Ima Cuisine – Middle Eastern
iVillage – Indian. Check out my Q&A with chef/owner Dimple Girish here.
– Seafood bar and grill
L’Assiette – French cafe
Le Garde-Manger – French crepes and cafe
Mexico – Mexican
Monsoon Poon – South East Asian
Orleans – Creole and Cajun
Thai Street – Thai street food
The Cut on Federal – Modern European
Toto’ Pizza – Authentic Italian pizza (by the metre)
Urban Turban – Bombay-style Indian
Vue – Modern European
Y Not – European Middle Eastern twist

Pop Ups:

Judge Bao – Chinese street food. Check out my Q&A with Jamie and Debbie here.
Fort Greene
– Epic sandwiches
Salash Delicatessen – Dry cured deli meats (chorizo burger)
Zina’s Brazilian Food – Brazilian cheese and meat filled pastries


Participating Food Trucks:

Atomic Coffee – All your coffee needs
Food Truck Garage – Healthy fast food
Fritz Wieners – German style Bratwursts
Ryan’s Kitchen – Food truck with a focus on fresh produce
Tip Top – Ice cream


Past Street Eats

Check out my reviews of Street Eats 2013 and Street Eats 2014.


Here’s a Lemongrass Productions video from the inaugural Street Eats in 2013.

More info

For information on Auckland Restaurant Month, visit their website here: www.heartofthecity.co.nz/restaurant-month


Below are some more of my photos from Street Eats 2014. 



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I am Genie, a graphic designer/photographer obsessed with food and bunnies. I live in Whanganui, New Zealand with my husband, The Koala and our two rabbits, Kobe and Bento. I write about my hedonistic ways and I love the mantra "Eat well, travel often". I prefer not to write about myself in third person. www.bunnyeatsdesign.com

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