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Indian Night set for Alexandra Park

Indian Night set for Alexandra Park
Continuing with its international cuisine theme on race nights, Alexandra Park is hosting Indian Night on Friday, 24 March.
“We’re slowly getting around the globe with the different evenings proving really popular. Tickets are also selling well for our Indian Night but we’ve still got availability,” says Joel Reichardt, Sales & Marketing Manager at Alexandra Park.
He says Alexandra Park has considerable success in delivery first-class Indian experiences, helped by its function centre being a popular venue for Indian weddings and Diwali events.
“Indian Aucklanders have a long and strong association with Alexandra Park. We’ve got our own onsite Indian chef and it’s well worth checking out the menu he has designed for Indian Night on our website. It’s comprehensive, authentic and it literally makes your mouth water.
“It’s set to be a great Friday night at the trots and rest assured no one will leave hungry.”
Alexandra Park’s Tasman Room will be beautifully decorated and its all-you-can-eat buffet package is just $60 per person, with the all-inclusive house drinks package just $99 per person.
“We think Indian Night is the perfect opportunity to have a lovely evening out with your family, friends, colleagues and partner.
“Rather than just heading to an Indian restaurant or cooking at home, we’re offering a fantastic and endless menu with the spectacle of great harness racing under lights. The atmosphere will be terrific.”
General admission into Alexandra Park as well as car-parking and race books remain free on the night. For Indian Night bookings or further information phone (09) 630-5660 or visit www.alexandrapark.co.nz.
To check out the Indian Night menu visit: http://www.alexandrapark.co.nz/assets/uploads/2017/01/Indian_Menu.pdf
Mr Reichardt says the next internationally-themed cuisine race nights at Alexandra Park will be American Night on 21 April and Mexican Night on 5 May 2017.
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