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A Taste of Eight

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A Taste of Eight


(Auckland – 27 September 2013)

Time usually passes people by when they pass through the doors of The Langham, Auckland.

Sometimes though, time is of the essence especially when one only has time for a quick lunch during the week.

That’s why this luxury hotel has just created the new Chef’s Choice menu, a two-course menu served within 45 minutes in Eight restaurant.

Every Monday to Thursday lunchtime during the month of October, executive chef Volker Marecek will give diners ‘a taste of Eight’ by personally selecting an entrée, main and dessert from the Eight kitchens.

Diners can then choose to have the entrée and main or the main and dessert courses as their two choices for just $29.50 per adult. This expert selection of dishes will change daily so while you might have a spicy curry entrée one day, it could be a succulent slice of steak the next.

Eight restaurant houses eight delicious kitchens with an American-style grill serving the finest meat, an Asian-inspired noodle and dim sum kitchen, an authentic Indian curry kitchen, a seafood and oyster bar, an assortment of the finest sushi and sashimi, a salad bar, a patisserie kitchen and the exquisite dessert kitchen.

So you see the possibilities are still endless – it’s just the time that’s changed.


Chef’s Choice

A two-course lunch menu
Choose either an entrée and main or main and dessert
12pm-2.30pm, Mondays to Thursdays only, October 1-31, 2013
NZ $29.50 per adult (a Labour Day surcharge will apply).

Bookings are recommended. To make a reservation telephone 09 300 2924, email Eight [mailto:tlakl.eight@langhamhotels.com] or visit www.eightrestaurant.co.nz for more information.

This promotion is exclusive and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, membership entitlement or Langham Supper Club discounts.


ENDS


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