Monday, July 11, 2016

Cazador @ Auckland

Game for game: Crispy lamb brains with parsley mayo & lemon; pheasant broth with confit pheasant, hominy, wilted greens & mushrooms; smoked local kahawai fish with white beans, creme fraiche, olives & capers; saffron pappardelle with goat ragu; & sherry-braised boar shoulder with chestnuts, Jerusalem artichokes, kale & pancetta - a hearty meal of meat for a rainy night.

Cazador: Hunt. Gather. Feed.
Dominion Road, Auckland, New Zealand

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10 comments:

  1. Ooh, nice! Although I wish those are not real animal preserves because it bothers and upsets me.

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    1. Lux: I suspect they're not real, since there isn't a hunting culture in Auckland ... From what I understand, hunting licenses are only available for hunting wild goats ;)

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  2. I did see a place with a lot of those antlers on the walls - not in Auckland proper but in one of the suburban towns, Puhoi...and it seemed that they would fling their lingerie up and whatever got stuck would stay up there...for good. LOL!!!
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/get-me-to-the-church-on-time/

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    1. Suituapui: gosh ... now that's an innovative use for those antlers!

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  3. The food sounds interesting! How do the lamb brains taste? I think I only tasted pig brains before, hehe.

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    1. CK: not too different from pig brains actually ... the lamb brains feel a bit firmer and chewier, maybe! :D

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  4. Cheese and whiskers! I've never thought this would be in Auckland. Judging from the pictures, I honestly thought that you were in one of the restaurants in Europe. =P My former neighbourhood in Auckland was a mere 10 mins drive away from Dominion Road, and it's making me miss the place all over again.

    I do like their decor, although the deer head will take some time for me to get used to it. 😅

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    1. Ciana: oh yes, this was definitely different, ambiance-wise, than most of the other outlets i visited in auckland. it does have a european feel, you're right! :D heheh, yeah, the wall ornaments are an acquired taste, though they do basically fit into the theme of the menu ;)

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  5. Lamb brain, boar shoulder.. those really sound exotic to me =.="

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    1. Choi Yen: heheh, ya, but quite tasty. I love brains, especially the texture ;)

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