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Heritage Auckland’s World Vegan Day High Tea

Heritage Auckland’s World Vegan Day High Tea – for immediate release

Heritage Auckland celebrates World Vegan Day on Sunday 1 November with a special vegan high tea in Hectors restaurant. The high tea of dainty treats include finger sandwiches, a raw chocolate delice, a tartlet, macarons and more. Enjoy a glass ofArahi Karera sparkling grape juice on arrival, followed by Harney & Sons tea. (Gluten free items available). Bookings are essential on 09 9797434 or email The price is $45 per person. (Price quoted includes GST).

2.30 PM

1 November

Hectors restaurant

Lobby level

Heritage Auckland

35 Hobson St



About Jinu Abraham - Executive Chef, Heritage Auckland

Jinu has been executive chef at Heritage Auckland since 2008. Over that time he has picked up an impressive range of culinary accolades. These include winning the inaugural New Zealand Vegetarian Dish Challenge 2012 and the Vegetarian Luncheon Dish 2014. He secured Hectors restaurant as the first New Zealand Vegetarian Society accredited hotel restaurant in 2013 and was a guest chef presenting a vegan dish at the ‘Feast by Famous Chefs’ event recently in Auckland. Heritage Auckland presents vegan and vegetarian menu options in Hectors restaurant daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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