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Heritage Auckland’s Vegan Celebration Degustation Dinner

Heritage Auckland’s Vegan Celebration Degustation Dinner

Heritage Auckland’s annual celebration of World Vegetarian Day and World Vegan Day is being presented in the form of an eight-course degustation dinner on Friday 27 October.

Executive Chef Gerrard O’Keefe will assemble a delicious medley of nourishing gourmet vegan food in Hector’s restaurant.

Heritage Auckland’s restaurant was the first to be accredited by the New Zealand Vegetarian Society and has chalked up numerous awards and accolades for its vegan dining direction.

The vegan degustation dinner is priced at $120 per adult. (Alcoholic beverages not included).

Reservations are essential. Call 09 9797434 for bookings and information or email hectorsr@heritagehotels.co.nz

Hector’s restaurant

Lobby level

Heritage Auckland

35 Hobson St

Website www.heritagehotels.co.nz

ENDS


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