Tastes of Asia come to Ōrewa

Last year Moana Reserve in Ōrewa became a little piece of Asia for the inaugural Beachfront Asian Food Festival.

Last year’s inaugural Asian Food & Cultural Festival transformed Moana Reserve in Ōrewa with the sights and sounds of Asia.

Hundreds of people enjoy delicious street food and music and dance from a wide range of cultures, including Manila, India, China and Thailand.

The event raised $4000 for Hibiscus House Hospice in Red Beach.

It will be held in the same place this weekend, on Saturday, November 21, kicking off with a Lion and Dragon dance at 1pm and continuing until around 7pm.

A wide range of food from eight different Asian nations, and live performances, will keep the crowd entertained.

Although there is no charge for this event, it is a fundraiser for hospice and a donation bucket and portable Eftpos machine will be circulated among the crowd by hospice volunteers.

The event is hosted by Harbour Hospice Hibiscus, with the support of Destination Ōrewa Beach.

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