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Auckland lunches with kids

sasicka | Jun 20, 201309:31 AM     2

We'll be in Auckland with our twin toddlers in tow. We're getting them used to restaurants but dinners are still difficult and that's why we're looking for lunches.

Could you advise me some places with great food that we'd enjoy that would at the same time, be friendly to kids (high chairs, toys, friendly staff) and would have quick service? We all like fish but I'm a bit fed up with fish&chip shops, so other preparations are better. Otherwise steak or Italian or a general NZ cafe style would be great.

Also, I'd be looking for some amazing take aways or delivery restaurants. Do you know any? Anything that would keep well until the kids are in bed and we can enjoy a glass of wine with our dinner...

Thanks for any tips! We'll be staying at the edge of CBD and Parnell but we can drive around if it's not too far or if it's really great.

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