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Have Your Cake, And Eat It Too, At Elliott Stables

MEDIA RELEASE 2 JULY 2008


Have Your Cake, And Eat It Too, At Elliott Stables

Introducing The Chocolate Cake Company and Saturday Entertainment

Aucklandʼs quintessential food gallery, Elliott Stables, has added another string to its bow, or more appropriately, the icing to the cake. As if Elliott Stables did not offer enough temptation, The Chocolate Cake Company has now opened its doors at the elegant eatery.

Using its secret fudge cake recipe, The Chocolate Cake Company creates decadent dark chocolate mud cakes (made and iced with real chocolate), wedding cakes, premium cup cakes (using the same recipe), premium nougat, liqueur truffles, and chocolate dipped Turkish Delight. Family owned and operated, The Chocolate Cake Company already has two stores, in East Tamaki, Auckland and Lambton Quay, Wellington.

Co-owner of The Chocolate Cake Company, Murray Thwaites, says “Itʼs been great to open our shop in the exciting community of Elliott Stablesʼ with the other artisan shops. It will also be handy for our customers, now that we have a central location both for corporate events and easy pick up.” Due to the popularity of the live music on Thursday nights, Elliott Stables has introduced additional live entertainment every Saturday (from 1pm to 4pm) throughout winter.

The community at Elliott Stables means that if youʼre a regular, have been once before or never stepped inside Elliott Stables, there is always something new and exciting to tempt you and your taste buds.

The Chocolate Cake Company, is just one of the quality options including Torchon Crêperie, The Kapiti Store, Reslau Café & Wine Bar, Samurai Sushi, Sake & Stone Bowl, Aaah! Nourishing Tea, Artisan Wine Suppliers, Bruschetteria, Suri Florist, The Whisky Shop and Frankie’s Wurstburd (New Zealandʼs first European Sausage House), that is available at the convenient location on Elliott Street in central Auckland.

If you want to enjoy an Elliott Stables experience in your own home, there are a variety of delicious options you can take away, perfect for a ready to eat meal at home or to add something special when entertaining. Or if you are after great present ideas, Elliott Stables offers speciality gourmet products, beautifully presented ready to gift.

Whether it is a quick breakfast, morning tea, long lunch, warming afternoon snack, a delicious dinner, or the ideal gift, Elliott Stables has everything you need to keep warm this winter.

ENDS.


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