The Ponsonby International Foodcourt is a local favourite for cheap eats from around the world. Choose from a breathtaking array of food from Italy, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, India, China, Malaysia, Japan and Turkey.
Perfect for a casual date followed by a game of pool downstairs, a large gathering of friends or a tasty dinner before heading to one of the numerous bars in Ponsonby. There's plenty of seating or grab your tasty meal to takeaway.
Look at the loves below to get some great ideas of what to order, but don't get stuck in your ways once you've found something wonderful - there's a lot of cheap and excellent food here.
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|Accepts credit cards||Yes|
|Licence||This venue is licenced|
|Food Options||Organic food, Gluten free, Vegan, Halal Food|
|Off street parking||Yes|
Products and specialities
International food court, Italian, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Indian, Laotian, Turkish, Chinese, Malaysian and Japanese cuisines. Eat in or Takeaway
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Nothing beats a good foodcourt for a meal on the cheap and the Ponsonby one is jam packed full of everything you could possibly want to choose between. The Indian and Thai food are my current go-to spots in here, but I think at this point I’ve tried pretty much everything and there’s no such thing as a bad choice.
Whenever we don't know what to have for dinner the natural choice is the food hall. It's not your average food court (they serve beer and wine you guys). The food hall has a large selection of good food including, Malaysian, Thai, Italian and Vietnamese - and its pretty reasonably priced. While its generally always busy, you can usually find a seat and there never a long wait for your food. I'm a sucker for the Malaysian laska and chicken salad - always winners!
You cannot be cute at Ponsonby International Food Court. You just can’t. Whether you’re chowing down on ramen noodles or demolishing a pad thai, you’re guaranteed to get sauce on your face, coriander in your teeth, and yes, you will start heaving from an overzealous chilli courtesy of the friendly Malaysian. And let’s be honest, no one orders a curry and stays cute throughout a date night and gets away with it. This is why the food-court can be declared a Valentines Day free zone. Come Saturday afternoon and you’re starving from dodging the all-day couple brunches at local cafes, head to the food court for some seriously good kai and a breath of valentines-day-free-air.