Māori Cuisine

There’s a growing appreciation for Māori cuisine and culinary traditions which has led to more and more restaurants adding classic Māori kai (food) and indigenous herbs to their menus. While some continue to use traditional cooking methods and serve your dinner straight from the hāngī (earth oven) or steam box, others are combining old and new ways to present modern, multicultural dishes.

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Hui E! Kai E

Māori Cuisine, Central

Tamaki Māori Village offers a new day time experience where you get hands on with food and story.

Pātaka Kai at Te Puia

Māori Cuisine, Central

Pātaka Kai at Te Puia offers a unique dining experience, nestled in the heart of the spectacular Whakarewarewa geothermal valley.