|Little P's hot chocolate|
First up, French influenced Le Cafe de Paris. We stumbled on this one when we were really hungry, travelling from Rotorua and not many shops were open on a Boxing Day. The food luck was on our side though, because these were good.
I wanted the La fermière initially, which was smoked chicken, aioli, camembert but as I made my option known to my friend, the owner heard me and replied that it was not available. So I went with La marine (smoked salmon, sour cream, chives) instead, NZD 13.90.
MMC wanted to share a muffin, guess which one she picked? Ha - salted caramel because caramel. If I was the one who suggested it, I would've gone with lemon curd.
Dinner on day 2 was our first choice prior to eating at Le Cafe de Paris, a Spanish/Mexico/Morocco cafe bar - Abracadabra Cafe Bar. If you only have one meal quota to Rotorua, go with this one.
|This was New Zealand Fire Dragon chilli hot chocolat, NZD 7 and it did have a kick|
|Y's Spicy lamb salad, NZD 22|
|Little P's tapas option #1 of spicy prawns, NZD 11.50|
Tapas #2 was chicken enchilada bites, NZD 13 (not in picture)
|MMC and I shared the Moroccan seafood tagine, NZD 28|
|We also shared a bar platter which consisted of calamari, prawns, falafels, sirloin beef kebab, lamb sausages, chicken strips and chips, served with tomato jam and garlic aioli, NZD 32|
Side note: How long does it take to build a habit?