Went there in a Thursday night (7 ish), I had Ebi fry Rolls and Daigaku Imo, the first one are 5 pieces of cooked prawns and the second is a portion of sweat potatoes. It was really good, but I payed 16 NZD on the...More
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Rather than our group try and decide what to eat we went for a $45 sampler. This gave us a chance to try a variety of different tastes that were on offer. The food could not be faulted and there was plenty of it. However,...More
Great place to eat, only thing stopping 5 star was that they had run out of tempura at 7.30pm on a Friday. Weird but otherwise great food and excellent service.
Hidden at the back of the restaurant strip in Kingsland and facing the train stop is the hidden gem Taiko. Very popular with the locals, Taiko offers a broad menu of traditional and modern Japanese treats, along with Japanese beverages. There were seven of us...More
The team at Taiko deliver over and over, quick attentive service followed by super fresh food. Meals can be a selection of small plates so come as they are prepared. Plenty to choose from on both the food and drinks menu. If you are two...More
Came here with my extended family (they are regular visitors) so it came highly recommended! didn't know what to expect, not visited a genuine Japanese restaurant previously......first impression was somewhat odd.....down a side street right next to the train station. the whole place might seem...More
Team Taiko were/are a dream. Our host thoughtfully chose what we ate, so we never even picked up the menu. His experience wisdom and charm (along with my alluring company) made this truly unforgettable, and my #1 restaurant full-stop in NZ. I'd recommend to all,...More