From cheap eats and vegan treats to a Japanese degustation, there’s an amazing menu to tempt everyone.

We look forward to the annual Heart of the City Restaurant Month every year, not just for the innovative menus that our favourite chefs prepare, but for the extremely reasonable prices attached to them. This year, we think the eateries at Britomart have outdone themselves with the options. If you’re a truly enthusiastic gourmet, you could enjoy a different multi-course menu every day of the week at Britomart this August, and still have change left over from $300 at the end of it. (Though you might want to look at investing that into a membership at Les Mills.) Read on to tempt your tastebuds.

Cafe Hanoi

$40 for a 3 course vegan dinner

A vegan set menu includes crispy kumara rice paper rolls with hoisin peanut dipping sauce, aromatic curry with new potato, steamed and stir-fried eggplant, sweet soy and black pepper tofu with steamed Shanghai bok choy, green papaya salad, steamed jasmine rice. Dessert options include citrus palm sugar and spice crème brûlée, and Marou dark chocolate delice with sour cherry sorbet.


$40 for a 2 course lunch
$55 for a 3 course dinner

Lunch includes harmony pork croquettes, fresh pappardelle with braised beef, pancetta, mushrooms, and roasted onions. Dinner includes Clevedon buffalo mozzarella, roasted market fish with squash puree, pickled cucumber, chilli and salted salmon, Callebaut chocolate mousse.


$40 for a 2 course dinner + drink

Includes pork belly braised in almond milk, nutmeg, cinnamon spices, beetroot mojo, tequila and agave glaze, spiced red apple relish, fried patatas, smoky oil green beans and pork crackling, matched with a Mexican Bellini.


$25 for a 2 course dinner & lunch + a glass of wine

Options include choice of any two baskets of dumplings matched with a glass of Opawa Pinot Gris wine or Yalumba Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mataro.


$65 for a 3+ course dinner

Includes seared beef tataki to start, prawn dumplings with ginger soy & shaved almond, teriyaki chicken with Ebisu signature sauce and white truffle oil, white chocolate fondant.


$25 for a 3 course dinner & lunch

Options include Big Glory Bay salmon taco and salsa, BBQ char siu bao with hoisin mayo, spring onion and pork crackling, spinach and oyster mushroom dumplings with tofu & ginger soy.