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Heritage Kids Rule School Holiday High Tea Classes

Heritage Kids Rule School Holiday High Tea Classes



Sam Sweeney Chef with His Apprentices.

Unlock your child’s culinary talent. Heritage Auckland as part of its Heritage Kids Rule School Holiday programme present a fun class for children on how to make a delicious Heritage Auckland high tea.

Children can join the hotel’s chef for a fun two hour class, at the conclusion of which children and their parents can devour their creations.

The classes are available to all budding culinary geniuses, both in-house and casual dining guests. The courses run on Wednesday 15th and 22nd of January and Friday 17th and 24th of January at 2.00 PM.

The Heritage Kids Rule High Tea is suitable for children over five years of age and all children must be accompanied by an adult.

The Heritage Kids Rule High Tea is $25 GST incl. per child and $15 GST incl. per adult. Places are limited. For bookings call Heritage Auckland Hectors restaurant on 09 979 7434.

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