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Eat, Drink & Enjoy Auckland

Auckland sightseeing

Auckland is a multi-ethnic hotpot and has a lively eating scene with options from all over the globe. There are top Asian eateries - Japanese, Chinese, Korean - plus excellent Indian, South American and European options.

Dining & Drinking districts

You’ll find lots of ethnic options at Auckland Night Markets in different locations by the day of the week.

Ponsonby Central and the new downtown Commercial Bay complex offer very good dining and drinking options.

Viaduct Harbour is a lively area, while the Wynyard Quarter includes the redeveloped Auckland Fish Markets.

There’s also plenty go on in Queen St and in and around the Sky Tower complex.


Check out the Auckland Gig Guide and Auckland Live for what’s going on in the city.

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Trip Advisor lists Auckland’s best restaurants.

Auckland Shopping & Markets

Auckland Fish Market

'Eat at the source'

Auckland Wine


Short ferry trip from Downtown


Cider in Morningside

Ponsonby Central

A world of food under a couple of roofs


Auckland's hippest street

Queen Street

Auckland's main drag

Sky Tower

Views, Skyjump, Skywalk, Food & Entertainment

Wynyard Quarter & Viaduct Harbour

Dining & drinking precinct

Text © Craig McLachlan

Image by Soon Lee