Dizengoff, Ponsonby

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AUCKLAND| Dizengoff is one of the mainstays of Ponsonby’s ever evolving dining scene and has been serving up Jewish inspired fare since 1994. The secret of its success is simple – a menu full of favourites that keep customers coming back, friendly, efficient service, and great coffee. The space is simple and bright, with upstairs and downstairs seating (and some outdoor tables out front), and artwork by local artists hanging on the wall.

The relatively unchanged Jewish inspired food at this Auckland institution is, in an era where carbon copy trends seem to be all the rage, refreshing. A customer favourite is the creamy balsamic mushrooms on toasted sourdough with a dollop of pesto, our our personal favourite, the eggs (any way you want – scrambled for us) with fried pastrami and toast. Other options like pastas, salads, and baked treats compliment the cooked breakfast menu nicely – check out the Israel Plate which is full of chopped liver, hummus, pate and a sephardic egg.

For coffee, it’s Allpress beans that are used and whether its an espresso based drink, filter or cold brew you can’t go wrong. If you’ve been to ‘Dizi’ before then you don’t need us to talk it praises and if you haven’t, well what are you waiting for?

Dizengoff

256 Ponsonby Road
Ponsonby
Auckland 1011
New Zealand

Telephone: 09 360 0108
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Facebook

Open
Mon – Fri: 6:30am to 4:30pm
Sat – Sun: 6:30am to 5:00pm

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