Available lunch and dinner 1-31 July
No booking necessary
Simon & Lee brings together contemporary classics and modern Korean cuisine to deliver a food and drink experience like no other. The food, coffee and drink offerings are forever changing, showcasing the best suppliers across New Zealand.
Simon & Lee use seasonal vegetables kumara, pumpkin, capsicum as a nice base for this warm winter salad. Beetroot hummus is used to add some savoury flavour along with Israel couscous to provide a chewy texture.
On top of it they have used potato nest, cold salad and sweet soy eggs to finish. The egg is cooked the ‘Korean way’. By NOT using water. It’s cooked instead on a hot stone.
115 St Georges Bay Road, Parnell
+64 (27) 520 8908
Heard Park is the location for a set of immersive, sculptural and light installations by ‘HYBYCOZO’, Stunning, enigmatic and immersive sculptures that are internally lit and create a surreal ambience, day and night, throughout the month of July.
Each Friday evening in July (5th, 12th, 19th and 26th, from 6pm-6.45pm, four otherworldly travellers will activate Heard Park and amplify the play of geometry, light and shadow created by the HYBYCOZO installation in a series of dance rituals dedicated to the four classical elements; Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The performers appear as mystical intergalactic vikings with large costume and prop pieces that draw inspiration from mystic symbolism, the vikings and the cosmos.
Many thanks to our sponsor, The Stones (Steve & Lisa Stone) of Ray White Parnell, for their contribution to ‘Elements of Parnell’.
Steve & Lisa’s reputation is built on exceeding your expectations and the results are testament to their success.
Based on Auckland City’s fringe, Ray White Parnell is a boutique real estate agency servicing thousands of clients across the area.
Elemental AKL is proudly presented by Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED).
Parnell Business Association, in association with Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development, is proud to be part of Elemental AKL, Auckland’s new winter festival.