Rodney Times : January 27th 2011
13 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 27, 2011 INDIAN CUISINE Dine In Takeaway Free local delivery Lunch Mon-Fri 11.30-2.30 Dinner 7 nights 4.30 till late Shop 11, 15 Karepiro Drive Whangaparaoa Ph 09 424 3400 Raviz Indian Restaurant in Whangaparaoa $10 20% OFF YOUR TOTAL BILL When you dine in or takeaway Sat/Sun. Only with this ad www.raviz.co.nz DINNERS Mon - Tues - Weds Dining/Takeaway/Delivery Conditions apply LUNCHES Mon - Fri Includes mains rice and a naan bread (Maximum discount $60.00) 794 East Coast Road, Albany Auckland www.cityimpactchurch.com 0800 CHURCH WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK VISIT US. 6am -TUESDAY 6am-FRIDAY 9am-SUNDAYTV3 PRIME SUNDAY SERVICES -10am & 7pm 3069121AB • Free Home Delivery min $30 local area Fully licensed & BYO wine only Shop 7, 42 Red Beach Rd, Red Beach Shopping Centre, Whangaparaoa Ph 09 426 7422 Curry Leaf Indian Restaurant Dine In & Takeaway Kajol OPEN 7 NIGHTS Curry Specials LUNCH -- THURS TO SAT DINNER -- MON TO WED Dine in 4.30 -- 10pm or Take-away $10excludes seafood & tandoori 069121AB 3169459AB Advertising Feature entertainment Dining& Gabe's going places Challenging: Gabrielle Flower of Maungaturoto has a job at the five-star Langham Hotel in Auckland. Gabrielle Flower, 19, of Maunga- turoto is relishing the new chal- lenge of big city life. Two years ago she completed her level 3 catering certificate at North- Tec, while working at Killer Prawn on Bank St, Whangarei, Now she is at The Langham, Auckland, a five-star hotel in Symonds St. And she has already impressed its executive chef Volker Marecek, well-known from Master Chef New Zealand for running a tight ship. He says she has fitted in well to an environment not only very differ- ent to what she is used to, but succeeding in a much larger role while working with up to 35 staff. Mr Marecek is so impressed he has Gabrielle heading up the salad kitchen in the hotel s new $2 million concept restaurant Eight, which opened just before Christmas. Eight can serve more than 100 people at a time and offers cuisine from eight different world kitchens. Diners are taken on a culinary journey through each dining desti- nation as they create a menu of their choice. Gabrielle is in charge of the Gar- den Route kitchen and manages this with ease, Mr Maracek says. Working alongside a range of diverse kitchens and chefs means Gabrielle can also observe everyone else s talents. World famous in NZ Tasty food: Raviz Indian Restaurant and Lounge Bar is at 15 Karepiro Drive, Whangaparaoa. RESERVATIONS So book in your next occasion now and the Raviz Indian cuisine staff will make sure it's a night you remember. They are open for lunch, Monday to Friday from 11.30am to 2.30pm, and dinner seven nights from 4.30pm until late. For inquiries or bookings speak to Uday, phone 424-3400. Visit www.raviz.co.nz or just pop into Shop 11, 15 Karepiro Drive, Whangaparaoa. Each night you will find Raviz Indian Restaurant and Lounge Bar full of diners at 15 Karepiro Drive, Whangaparaoa. Their signature dishes are tikka raviz, googley korma, a scallop, chilli and garlic entree, mango chicken or a special handi chicken. They also have special entree attractions like scallop chilli and garlic, squid pakoras, malai kebab and tandoori prawns. Raviz Indian Cuisine already has six restaurants around Auck- land and one in the Cook Islands. Founder Ravi Singh opened a branch in the heart of Whangaparaoa, and in December opened another in Takapuna. The long-awaited restaurant world famous in New Zealand is finally here, restaurant manager Uday Singh says. We re getting busier each week and this is because of word of mouth and cus- tomer satisfaction. The popular restaurant is busy from Monday to Wednesday as they offer delicious $10 dinner specials, and $10 lunches from Monday to Friday. They also have a special children s menu, and all children eat free on Sundays. As soon as you step inside you re greeted by friendly staff. Guests can have a drink or snack in the lounge bar or opt for a proper dinner in the restaurant. The roomy restaurant seats 140 people upstairs, downstairs or on the outside patio. A fantastic lounge bar is located on the mezzanine floor and if you have a group of six or more it s advisable to book in advance. It is ideal for events and special occasions as 70 people can easily be catered for. There is a wall- mounted projector screen perfect for business dinners or family/ movie nights, etc. All bookings are free. The $10 Monday to Wednesday dinner special applies to takeaways and delivery. Book a table for eight or more on weekends and get a bottle of com- plimentary wine. Delivery is free for customers who live within 7km. IN BRIEF Art classes Children's art classes with Susannah Law at Estuary Arts start on February 9 for seven to 12-year-olds. Phone 0272-592-897, email studio22@slingshot. co.nz or visit www. susannahlaw.co.nz. Anyone can sing A course at Wellspring in Puhoi for people who think they can't sing, Feb- ruary 4 and 5. Also harmonies from Africa to the Pacific, is on Feb- ruary 13, 10am-4pm at Wellspring, 60 Saleyards Rd, Puhoi. 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