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A staple part of our Saturdates are desserts, not just any desserts, the perfectly crafted, artistically presented, and conveniently located in the heart of the city desserts. Because of our fondness for sweet treats, we have made a list of the best dessert places/ bars (in no particular order) that we have tried in Auckland. 1. Miann Miann is among the shops found along Fort Street. It offers a wide array of dessert options including gateaux, gelato sticks, gelato cakes, macarons, and chocolate bonbons. The prices range between $2.80 to $12.00. It is on the

Puhoi Valley Cheese Store and Cafe is a good escape if you are in Auckland.  The cafe is about a 45-minute drive if you are departing from the CBD and is tucked in a small town up north called Puhoi (as the cafe’s name entails). People travelling to Matakana, Goat Island, or anywhere north of Auckland are highly recommended to grab a bite at the cafe before getting back on the road. The cafe boasts a lush green scenery and a beautiful water feature. We consider the cafe as typical when it comes to the food and the drinks option,

Featured Image: Photo credits to the Chop Chop Noodle House Website Because it’s SaturDATE, it only means one thing,… eating out !!! On this day, we’ve decided to skip the usual Sushi Train lunch date and since winter is starting to creep in, we thought that it would be the perfect time to get some ramen. One of our favorite noodle places is Chop Chop Noodle House. It is among the many food places located in Ponsonby Central – a hub composed of cafès, bars, restaurants, and a fresh produce market. Chop

Mentatz is one of our go-to restaurants whenever we are in the city. It is strategically located in one of the busiest streets in the CBD, Lorne Street. It offers a wide array of Japanese food and drinks at very affordable prices (from $8.00 and up). The food portions won’t let you down either, thus, customers really get the value for their money. As for the food rating, it differs based on a variety of factors like the type of food, the customer’s preference for flavors, and the number of customers in the

Like every normal human being, we too live very busy lives, which primarily means working most days of the week. Amidst this reality, we try to spend as much time together as possible especially during our times-off that fall on the same day. Saturday mornings mean pancakes and coffee for breakfast, a bit of vacuuming and mopping, then off we go (Gelo goes to the gym and Kay wanders around the city). And because this is the only day that our restdays jive, we often splurge and go for a

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