No other place like Auckland can offer a wide selection of places to dine with your choice of picturesque background including a stylish downtown, suburb, harbor and beachside.
Different cultures will always demonstrate different table manners and acceptable behavior. While some cultures consider eating dinner as a more formal activity, there are cultures that tend to approach it in a more relaxed and candid way.
A beachfront dinner – what can be more memorable than that? Takapuna is a memorable place on its own. With picture perfect views and a number of restaurants, bars and cafes to choose from, it is very possible to make your dinner even more memorable.
It is a big mistake to think that Filipino food is unhealthy. While many believe that the manner by which we cook our food is mostly deep fried and fat heavy, there are more dishes that actually embody the healthy forms of our dish.
No matter what age, budget or taste you have, Takapuna will never let you run out of tourist attractions and activities. Whether you want a relaxing outdoor or an adventure-filled escape, Takapuna offers you the best of both worlds.
Native Filipino dishes are slowly reaching global status in spite of the fact that it is more often largely misunderstood and taken for granted by the rest of the world. Taking after the statement of food writer, the late Andrew Zimmern, “If there was a great chef executing Filipino food at a high level, everyone else would line up behind them.”, our food is finally living out what it means to be the next big thing when it comes to global popularity.
Backed up with a rich and intricate cultural history, it is no surprise for Filipino dishes to be labeled as unique. Known as the original fusion cuisine by the rest of the world, our food continues to baffle many when it comes to our taste and palate preferences.
To find yourself in a Filipino restaurant transports you to a regular Filipino home where food actually brings people together. Food has been given primary importance to the extent that they say Filipinos don’t eat to live but they live to eat.
Nanam is all about sharing our stories– stories coming from humble beginnings crafted by the diversity of culture around the table. We would like to introduce Filipino cuisine with its traditionally inspired dishes transformed into a modern artistry whist’s preserving the Filipino.
Nanam welcomes you to a relaxed and warm dining experience that will showcase our humble Filipino flavours.
Dine In & Takeaway
Tuesday & Wednesday
4:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Thursday to Saturday
Lunch – 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
Dinner – 4:30 pm to 10:00 pm
11:30 am to 2:30 pm
Monday to Wednesday
Thursday to Sunday
8:00 am to 3:00 pm