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We called in to look at what produce we could take away with us and stayed for 2 hours sampling and gathering knowledge on different ingredients from the diverse array of food and knowlegdeable vendors.
Generally go to the market twice a year.
Interesting stalls. Plants,seeds etc. Lots of food stalls. Spanish, and food of different countries. This time I decided to have a White bait Fritter.
Very disappointed. Fritter was a good size. That was the only plus. There...More
When we are in NZ this market is a definite must visit!!! The fresh produce which you can normally sample combined with some amazing food which is prepared in front of you is definitely something that shouldn't be missed. Their is nothing better than enjoying...More
Very upmarket event. Well worth the trip from the city. Only 30 minutes from Howick or come in on the Manurewa exit from the motorway. Almost like a large deli with specialist products as well as a great range of things to eat, coffee you...More
We live in cbd and wanted a quick market for breakfast not too far from the city. Only a 30 min drive this was a great find. Loads of stalls to go to and plenty of produce on offer as well we had plenty to...More
My son knows I love Farmers Market's so took me here while I was staying in Auckland fr the Adele concert. I was pleasantly surprised and enjoyed the variety of goods on offer. It was great to be able to taste a range of produce...More
Great Market with Best Chicken Sharma I've tasted here in NZ. Cheese vender YUM!!! Lots of fresh produce. Nice to wander from booth to booth. Relaxed atmosphere. Today there were pony rides for little ones very cute. About an hour to see. and taste everything!
The Clevedon Farmers' Market is well worth a Sunday drive, especially for a leisurely brunch. A wide range of food is available and you can eat, relax on the hay bales and listen to live folk music. The Auckland market scene is growing fast -...More