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3 Review(s).

62 Kendal Avenue, Burnside, Christchurch

frienly

29 Jun 2012

Had a nice meal friendly environment and asked if vegsn lots of choices and a good place to eat and drink some nice tea nice and warm with a big log burner it is not posh it's just right for an easy meal

363 St Asaph St, Christchurch

A perfect night

30 Jun 2012

Had a wonderful dinner with my wife, and we loved it they were happy that we only wanted to share our dessert and starter, which meant that we could have a full meal without being to full:-) Nice selection of food for all from Raw to vegetarian and its not just from one culture, the place has a really nice feel to it. We considered having coffee after our meal but when we saw the tea menu had tea. Its a real treat the whole thing we had no complaints. If you visit Christchurch and you are looking for something good to eat you will not be disappointed, if you are vegetarian/Vegan this is a great place to eat with non veg friends the food and service stand out. We thought it was very good value we had two mains a starter, starter and 4 drinks and it came in at NZ$70. You need to book for dinner our you may well be disappointed, they must have turned away as many as they served while we were there, with most agreeing to come back at a later time of settling for take away!

41 Stafford St, Timaru

At last!

05 Nov 2011

At last we have a shop in Timaru that sells a good range of Vegetarian and Vegan Foods. Open Fridays 11AM till 7PM or by appointment's:-) Made my first visit on Friday 4 Nov 2011 and it will not be my last. Good range of foods very helpful and committed vegetarians. Hope they do well as this is the only vegetarian shop for nearly 200km. Have included their detail should anyone need them.

Email: [email protected]
Facebook: Vegetarian Timaru
Phone: 688 4365
Updated from previous review on Saturday November 05, 2011

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