1947 Eatery

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  • 60 Federal Street
    Auckland Central, Auckland

  • Indian Dietary - Vegetarian Friendly Dietary - Gluten Free Friendly
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  • 11:30am - 11:00pm More times
    • mon 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • tue 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • wed 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • thu 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • fri 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • sat 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • sun 11:30am - 11:00pm
    • $$ - Avg Main $20+

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  • 09-377 0033
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1947 Eatery

  • 60 Federal Street
    Auckland Central, Auckland
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Restaurant review: 1947, Auckland CBD

4.5 New Zealand Herald 25 June 2017

Have you noticed how so many Indian restaurant menus say one dish has "masala spices", another has "Indian spices" and a third "special spices", but they're pretty much impossible to tell apart? Me too.

Mughlai (broadly, north Indian) food in New Zealand is notable mainly for its bland sameness, as anyone who has exulted in the wonderful food found everywhere in India will tell you. The dishes most Indian restaurants here serve were cooked before you had decided to eat there, much less booked. At the last minute they spruce it up, usually in the microwave, with some frozen veges and it's good to go.

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Restaurant Review: 1947 Eatery, City

4.0 Viva 14 June 2017

The first thing I need to tell you is that until recently this building was the home of a restaurant part-owned by the American rapper Pitbull. You probably didn’t know that “Mr Worldwide” — as he is also known — the man behind such hits as Timber, Krazy and Don’t Stop the Party even had an interest in restaurants, let alone in beginning his global expansion with a hot sandwich joint across the road from Rydges Auckland, but it’s true.

Sadly the venture was not a success. There’s no word on Miami Grill’s Facebook page as to why exactly they closed down though their final post, featuring a cricket ball and an excitable “HOWZAT!”, suggests the Florida-based company did all they possibly could to fit into the local market.

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