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Friday, August 29, 2008
Tongue & Groove Café
19 Bow St, Raglan
All the walking and climbing has made me hungry! Late night dinner was at this cafe on the main street of Raglan.
The Graze Plate (NZD$11.50) had an assortment of pita chips, roasted garlic, olive, sundried tomatoes, feta and hummus. Of course, the hummus was my favourite!
The Tofu Open Sanga (NZD$13) was surprisingly good! It came with pumpkin, roasted capsicum, spinach, sprouts and hummus. Even though the tofu was deep fried, it wasn't oily at all. I think the next time I'll get to eat tofu is next year when I'm back in Singapore!
The Caesar Salad (NZD$16.50) had the usual croutons, anchoives, egg, bacons and chicken. I didn't like it as it's too creamy.
Surfboards and Raglan beach scene oil paintings line the walls, along with some lovely rimu frames for sale. The walls are funky sea blues, with sunset red accents along the bar wall.
The food is generally tasty and the servings are generous. I like the relaxed feel of Raglan and the friendly, if a bit random, service.
Labels: New Zealand
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