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Your Better Half Dines Free At The Langham


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Your Better Half Dines Free At The Langham - For Longer!


(Auckland – 8 September 2008)

Due to popular demand, The Langham, Auckland has extended its Better Half Dines Free promotion at its award winning SBF Brasserie. Diners are now invited to treat their favourite her or him to a meal on the house until 30 September 2008.

As the name suggests, the promotion allows one person dining with another, to enjoy a sumptuous breakfast, lunch or dinner buffet at SBF Brasserie at no cost.

Diners wanting to make use of the promotion are required to present a ‘Your Better Half Dines Free’ voucher. The voucher can be downloaded at www.langhamhotels.co.nz
(And one also attached to this email for your convenience)

SBF Brasserie’s buffet costs $37 per-person for breakfast, $45 per-person for lunch and $69 per-person for dinner. Therefore with a voucher breakfast becomes $18.50 per-person twin-share, lunch becomes $22.50 per-person twin-share and dinner $34.50 per-person twin-share. Beverages are not included in the promotion.

Buffet breakfast is available daily between 6.00am and 11.00am, buffet lunch is available between 12.00pm and 2.30pm, and buffet dinner is available between 6.00pm – 10.00pm.

Bookings are essential and can be made by telephoning 09 379 5132.

SBF Brasserie is said to have New Zealand’s best buffet with over 30 menu items at any given time including oysters, prawns, tea-tree smoked mussels, cold smoked salmon, lamb rump with green peas and mint jus, ham and cheese ravioli with pesto and pine nuts, roast pork in jus with apple sauce, panko crumbed chicken tenderloin with tonkatsu sauce, bread and butter pudding, crème caramel and fresh fruit salad.

This is the sixth consecutive year The Langham has run the successful ‘Your Better Half Dines Free’ promotion.

ENDS


Notes:
For more information about The Langham Auckland, please refer to www.langhamhotels.co.nz

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