306 days ago

Russian style breakfast and lunch in Albany

Gastronomy Marusya

Russian style breakfast and lunch are served for you daily.

Every day from 9 am to 4 pm we invite you to try delicious Russian and Ukrainian cuisine.
Traditional Borsht or Pumpkin Soup, home-made cabbage rolls with meat or chops with Russian buckwheat or mashed potato. We make traditional Siberian dumplings (pelmeny) with different feelings such as beaf, pork, lamb, chicken, even fish.
Also, vegetarians can find dumplings with cabbage, mushroom, potato or sweet ones with cottage cheese.
We offer:
- Cottage cheese breakfast for $14.99 (you can choose Cottage cheese pies, Cheesecakes, Vareniki or Pancakes with cottage cheese. Each meal is served with sour cream and jam or condensed milk)
- Big lunch included soup, mean meal, side salad and beverage of your chose for $19.99
- Soup of the day or Meal of the day or even Dumplings we can serve for you just for $14.99. Each meal is served with side salad, sour cream or special sous
- and of course our bestseller fried Cheburek for $5.99

In additional for sure you you should try one of our fantastic desserts with aromatic Russian RAF coffee. For your taste we suggest traditional Napoleon cake, Honey cake, Esterhazy and more.

Every day we post our menu on instagram page instagram.com...

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11 minutes ago

Join in today at 2.45pm NZ time.

Dil from Red Beach

Today at 2.45pm NZ time.
The power for radical change and timeline shifts lies within us but it must be executed in force as a collective.
Do not underestimate the power of group intention.
Join in with your friends and family. All instructions given.
Let's do this. Let's make this happen.

5 days ago

Our sweet pea seeds send out, April issue and Get Growing

Mei Leng Wong Reporter from NZ Gardener & Get Growing

Dear neighbours and NZ Gardener family,

Our April issue should be with our subscribers now and available in supermarkets and service stations (having been distributed prior to the lockdown restrictions). Whether or not it's on the stands yet is a bit patchy ... but then the incredibly brave and hard-working supermarket staff have quite a bit on their plate right now so I understand if there is a delay! Please, please, please everyone ... don't go out to buy it! Normally of course we love you buying NZ Gardener but right now it's far more important that you stay home and stay safe. (You can buy a copy with your online shopping though! That's safe and I think we are all in the market for something uplifting to read right now).

In this issue we offered to send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who sent us a SSAE. Just to reassure you, we will still send out sweet pea seeds to any reader who is keen to participate. We are just not quite sure when! Ignore the dates in the magazine of when you needed to send the envelope in by - that has been indefinitely extended. But we cannot wait to send you the seed and for those flowers to bloom as by then we will be well through this or even have it behind us. And keep letting us know what you are sowing and growing, send in pictures of your harvest, your flowers or what you are sharing.

We always love hearing from NZ Gardener readers but now when we are all staying apart that connection means more than you can imagine. Stay home, stay safe and stay in touch everyone. For the most updated gardening advice, subscribe to our digital e-zine Get Growing, which will be delivered to your inbox completely free.

7 hours ago

We've made a new place for you to visit us: Auckland Museum at Home

The Team from Auckland Museum

While our doors are closed, you can still experience some of your favourite parts of Tāmaki Paenga Hira with us here online.

We've pulled together amazing stories, activities, videos and puzzles from our channels and archives into one Museum at Home hub, so you and your family can enjoy the Museum experience outside of our four walls.

Watch how volcanoes are made, make an exotic bird case come alive in a puzzle, read about when The Fiji Times was printed on Masi (bark-cloth) or see some never-before-seen photos of Sir Edmund Hillary and his expeditions.

We have included activities for kids, and for the young at heart, as well as long reads and videos for those who want to deep dive into life at the Museum. We'll be adding new things for you to read, watch and interact with regularly, so make sure to check back in.
Learn more