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Metro online is back in print! Welcome to another roundup of the best of what’s been going on at metromag.co.nz.
We’ve started ramping up the number of online-only food reviews on our website! Metro has always been rigorous with our food reviews and these are no different in quality from the ones you’ll find in print, such as our recent review of newcomer Forest. Speaking of newcomers, we’re also keeping our finger on the pulse of all of Auckland’s new openings, including Fields, an exciting new addition for Albany on the North Shore.
Metro’s been branching out into video, including one we shot of editor Henry Oliver and food writer Jean Teng eating the spiciest food we could find in Auckland, which you can find on our Instagram grid and in the online version of our Cheap Eats Top 50. If you don’t follow us on Instagram, get it together and hit that “follow” button ASAP!
Look, they may not exactly be investigative journalism, but a good listicle has a time and place — like our guides to 10 great walks to take in Auckland this summer (which aren’t in the Waitākere Ranges) or 10 places to eat on the North Shore you may not have heard of before.
THE BEST MEAT SUBSTITUTES
Another great online tradition is the ranking — because everything’s more fun when it’s a relentless competition to see who’s best. Metro contributor Laura Vincent tastes and grades Auckland’s leading meat substitutes from best to worst, so you don’t have to.
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Restaurant reviews: Forest.
New openings: Fields in Albany.
Meat substitutes: from best to worst.
On screen: Jean Teng and Henry Oliver.