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New Zealand's SECRET FOOD REGION | Massive Northland food tour

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Te Tai Tokerau Northland is New Zealand’s most underrated food region. This subtropical region which spans the top of Aotearoa is brimming with iconic restaurants, top producers and unmissable eats. This 5 part series will canvas the whole of Te Tai Tokerau Northland and share some of our favourite, must eat spots for you to visit when you do your own Northland roadie.

This Northland food itinerary explores the Bay of Islands- we’ve split it into 2 videos as there is so much to discover here. This video is part 2. We visit a number of producers, restaurants and cafes that are included in this itinerary but there are a whole load more we didn’t get a chance to include. Check out the full Wine and Dine on Island Time itinerary here: https://www.northlandnz.com/visit/food-and-beverage/food-itineraries/wine-and-dine-on-island-time/

What we ate and where we ate it:

1. Mahoe Cheese, State Highway 10, Pakaraka 0472. Open Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 5:00pm.

2. Old Packhouse Market, 505 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri 0293. Saturday market 8am to 1:30pm and Sunday 8am to 1:30pm.

3. Marsden Estate, 56 Wiroa Road, Kerikeri 0293. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm.
Ortiz & Talatta Anchovies with anchovy, lemon and parsley butter toast $22
Fish of the day $40
Fiordland venison tenderloin, black pudding, braised red cabbage, parsnip, jus $39
Fries $10
Kerikeri citrus curd, meringue, pastry, freeze dried strawberries, berry syrup $16

4. Māha Restaurant, 190 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri 0230. Open Wednesday and Saturday 5pm to 9pm, Thursday and Friday 12pm to 9pm.
Fresh fish hibachi grilled, pear, chilli & lime salsa $36
Wood ear fungus marinated w/ garlic, smoked chilli flakes & dark rice vinegar $15
Green vegetables sautéed with chilli, garlic & sesame $15
Hong Kong style paperboy chicken $38
Pork tonkatsu curry $35
Steamed Koshihikari rice $7

We partnered with Northland Inc to bring you this content. All restaurants and producers featured were chosen by us. Huge thanks to Marsden Estate for comping our meals and drinks.

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New Zealand's SECRET FOOD REGION | Massive Northland food tour


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We’re Thomas and Sheena, food and travel fiends. We travel full time, hunting for the BEST local food in the world to showcase via our YouTube videos. Food is a window into a country's culture and one of the most exciting ways to get to know a place.

We're all about eating what and where the locals eat. You won't find food that's been created merely to be social media worthy on here- no rainbow bagels, gold leaf soft serves- just honest food that tastes incredible.

From street food to mom and pop restaurants, we want to show you the best food we find on our travels.

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