72 days ago

Closed until further notice

Johnnie Martin from Fu Manchu Street Food

Kia Ora Neighbours,
We are sure that by now you are all aware of the current 'lock down' of the nation due to the global pandemic, COVID-19.
What this means for hospitality businesses such as ours, is we are closed until further notice.
Hopefully after these next 4 weeks, our country will be out of this Level 4 danger zone, and soon after that hospitality businesses like ours will be able to re-open, and serve our communities.
We hope we can see you all in the near future, be sure to check our facebook page for any re-opening specials and new menu items.
Stay home, stay safe, stay healthy.
With love, Jade and Johnnie from Fu Manchu and Johnnie Nachos.

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