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What do you like best about San­dring­ham?

We love the mix in San­dring­ham, fancy places, ca­sual places, loads of dif­fer­ent cul­tures, it’s all here. It’s a great place to ex­plore, to eat out and it’s easy on the eye.

How long have you lived here and where are you orig­i­nally from?

Cazador has made San­dring­ham its home for al­most three decades. Apart from our stint abroad, we’ve been here for ages.

What do you like least and how can we fix it?

We’re try­ing to get a neigh­bourly vibe go­ing at our res- tau­rant – we want lo­cals to be our reg­u­lars, to eat, drink and so­cialise with the people they live near. That feel­ing of com­mu­nity is what makes a place res­onate with people, and it’s what San­dring­ham could be re­ally good at.

Who does the best fish ’n chips in San­dring­ham?

We haven’t tried fish ’n chips in San­dring­ham, but She­fco’s is our go-to for take­aways.

Who is the Kiwi you ad­mire the most and why?

Our mums are pretty great Ki­wis. They’re crazy busy ladies but they’re so gen­er­ous with their time, al­ways think­ing of oth­ers.

If we had the chance to be Auck­land’s mayor, we would...

Put cy­cle lanes on Do­min­ion Rd.

If we have a free few hours we like to...

Go to Mered­ith’s! It’s ex­quis­ite food and hos­pi­tal­ity.

The spot in San­dring­ham we would rec­om­mend to tourists is...

Grab some dumplings from New Flavour, then get a take­away red date tea from Hu­lu­cat on Do­min­ion Rd, head up Mt Eden sum­mit for some city gaz­ing and slurp­ing

of said tea.

Re­becca and Dar­iush:

Love San­dring­ham.

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