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Eight turns three

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Eight turns three

(Auckland – December 5, 2013)

Three years ago, The Langham’s acclaimed Eight restaurant opened its doors and offered diners a personal degustation experience.

Diners have been spoiled for choice every day since thanks to the fresh variety of gourmet food at the restaurant’s eight different kitchens.

Where else can you select a cut of the finest meat available and have it cooked to your taste, enjoy fresh sushi and sashimi made-to-order or indulge your sweet-tooth with an exquisite array of sweets, desserts and pastries as many times as you like?

So it’s with great pleasure that The Langham celebrates Eight’s third birthday by inviting every guest who has a birthday in January to dine for free. If you’re turning a year older in January next year, book lunch or dinner with at least one other person and treat yourself to your own complimentary personal degustation.

You’re invited any day from January 3 until January 31, 2014 just as long as your birthday falls during this month.

Plus, every lucky diner who dines at Eight for lunch and dinner during this time (including the birthday ladies and gents) will also go in the draw to win one of three $333 gift vouchers to spend at The Langham, Auckland.

So pick a day in January, grab your friends and family and celebrate your birthday at Eight.

Eight Turns Three

If your birthday is in January receive a complimentary lunch or dinner and go in the draw to win one of three $333 gift vouchers
Lunch:12pm-2.30pm or dinner: 6-10pm
Available daily from January 3-31, 2014
Please advise us if it is your birthday when making the reservation and please present photo ID at the time of dining.
Reservations are essential and subject to availability

To make a booking, please phone 09 300 2924, email Eight or visit www.eightrestaurant.co.nz.

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