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Auckland restaurants up for international award

27/06/2012 4:30:00 PM
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Cafe Hanoi (left) and the Roxy (right)
Cafe Hanoi (left) and the Roxy (right)

Two Auckland restaurants have been shortlisted for an international design award.

The Roxy and Cafe Hanoi were both named as finalists in this year’s Restaurant and Bar Design Awards.

The annual UK-based awards are recognised worldwide and this year they attracted 620 entries from 60 countries.

A total of nine finalists have been shortlisted for the Asia Pacific award from more than 100 entries.

The Roxy, part of the Imperial development in Auckland’s Fort St, is Pack & Company’s latest fine dining restaurant.

Cafe Hanoi is situated in the Excelsior building on the corner of Galway and Commerce Streets.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London on September 6.

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