Taste of New Zealand is over for 2011, it will take place next year from 15 to the 18th of November, 2012 at Victoria Park, Auckland. Try signature dishes from some of New Zealand’s top restaurants. Meet both local and international award winning chefs. Discover premium food, wine and beer from over 140 handpicked artisan producers, and most importantly soak up the live entertainment and festivities that is Taste of New Zealand. See you next year!


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we went early in the day and it was not busy at all, really nice to have a stroll around and eat eat eat:)

Thanks Localist for the free VIP tickets.  We went to the 5.30pm session and sampled some very fine food & drink. Got a few  tasty treats to bring home as well.  Particularly liked the Europeans meats (we bought a few of those), and the many different types of infused olive oils.  Add the divine piquant dukkah we got and lunch the next day was sublime. A well run event well worth the visit.

I won 2 passes to the event through Localist.  My boyfriend and I had a brilliant time!  We checked in with the Localist Kombi van and were given our VIP passes, bags and a free t-shirt.  From there we headed over to the Audi VIP room for our free glass of bubbly and straight back out again to see Gary Rhodes. There was a great assortment of food and drink available, some of which I recognised from Oratia's Farmers Market.  We spent $100 at the event and came home with all sorts of fabulous goodies;  Manuka Gold, Manuka Smoked Salt, Wild Pork Sausages, Ginger Crunch, Peanut Butter and of course the obligatory wine glasses.  I was most upset that mine said Carlton Events rather than Taste of NZ but you can't always have everything :) We ended our evening watching Rick Stein with a glass of Matua Savvy.  We will definitely be back next year.

Comment by B & T D.
Nice...did you get a Tee? Stink...we didnt get one and we were the first ones at the Kombi Van :(. Glad you enjoyed it though we did too..it was fantastic
Comment by Chrissy C.
We checked in to the event via the iPhone app and it said show this to the Localist team for a free Tee so I don't know if it was a free for all or an incentive to get users to download the app? They didn't have any womens tops so they gave me a medium mens which I have passed onto a friend (I'm only 5ft tall and a size 10!) but they had a large mens which was perfect for Tim.
Comment by Louise M.
Yeah me too - checked in and got the medium which did not fit, but gave it to a friend.... all sorted! Great day out though.