Three Auckland food pop-ups you have to tryby Kate Richards
Three Auckland pop-ups not to miss
Get it before they’re gone.
Bearded Clam – Good Night
The Bearded Clam boys are popping up at Good Day cafe for two nights with an English seaside-themed event – the first of a series of seasonal dinners. Served to a Britpop and 90s rave soundtrack, the set menu ($39pp) includes a fried fish sandwich, plus sides and snacks. Book your tickets by emailing your preferred date and party size to email@example.com, or jump over to Good Day’s Facebook page and send ‘em a message. Seats are limited.
March 9 & 10, 6.30pm, 3/78 Coates Ave, Orakei
Low Brow at ACL
Kyle Street and Jordan Macdonald of Culprit restaurant open a new venue next month in Queen Street’s Queens Rise development. Catch a preview of their food at Auckland City Limits this weekend, where they'll be popping up for the day. A limited three-item menu includes spiced fried chicken with pickles, "fast food fries" covered in McD sauce and chicken salt, and a rum-spiked cornflake and peanut-covered sundae.
March 3, Auckland City Limits, Western Springs Park
Vegan Truck Stop at La Cigale
Forget cooking tonight, because Temaki Truck, Wise Boys Burgers, Lalele Organic and Otherside food trucks will all be parked up at La Cigale from 5-9pm for a special vegan-friendly event. On the all-plant-based menu: pizza, salads, stuffed flatbreads, mushroom bourguignon, and cakes.
March 1 and April 5, 69 St George’s Bay Rd, Parnell
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