North Shore Times : November 9th 2010
23 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 9, 2010 NEWS LUNCH DINNER $10 $10 Any Curry Rice Naan plus Choice of Juice/Soft Drink $2 Top Up for Glass of Wine/Beer MONDAY • TUESDAY • WEDNESDAY TAKE OUT OR DINE IN DELIVERY 7 DAYS *conditions apply NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR CHRISTMAS! Lunch: Mon - Sun 11.30am - 2.30pm Dinner: Mon - Sun 5.00pm - till late www.masalarestaurant.co.nz BIRKENHEAD 190 Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead P4808980•F4808980 Have your function here! Fatboys Tavern specialises and hosts various types of functions including 21st, 40, 50, 60 birthday parties, corporate funtions / meetings. 2/215 Rosedale Road, Albany • (09) 448 2003 • email@example.com Opening Hours 7days 11am-11pm 1. HAVE YOUR 2. HAVE YOUR 3. HAVE YOUR Wide range of food • with a little bit of Asian twist Price include a glass of • soft drink Mon-Fri 11:30am~2pm • Check our popular • menus from Grilled Whole Chicken, lamb shanks, sweet chilli prawns and more! Dinner Mon-Sun • 5pm~11pm Contact/e-mail us for • our great function menus. No fee for hiring the • venue Suits group up to 120 • people Buffet Lunch here! $11.50! Meal & Drink here! Function here! (Voucher for 4 -- Starting 9th November) 2858919AI THE BIRKENHEAD RSA Recreation Drive, Birkenhead. Ph: 418-2424 RESTAURANT ENTERTAINMENT www.birkenheadrsa.com Fri 12th Russell French Sat 13th Heather Boyed & Momentum* Fri 19th Runaway Sat 20th Al Dawson Band* Lunch Wed-Friday 12-2pm Wed-Thurs Nite Early Bird 2 Course's $10.50 Before 6.30pm Friday Nights Carvery $10.50 Saturday Full Blackboard Menu Super Sunday Buffet $10.50 * Note Cover Charge To Non Birkenhead RSA members Affiliated Club Members & Guests Welcome Cnr Northcote Road & Mary Poynton Cres, Takapuna 489-6738 - Restaurant 919-2829 (For the information of members & their guests) The Oasis Bistro open every day for lunch & dinner Featuring old favourites like seafood basket; shepherd's pie and lambs fry and bacon for $13.00 A hearty burgers & chips still $7.00 Don't forget the acclaimed roast dinners on Saturday & Sunday nights Full TAB service (not a machine) with 7 dedicated televisions Full form guides & full sports markets Entertainment Friday nights: 12th November -- Robbie Maxwell & Dave Curtis 19th November -- Johnny Geeeeee Karaoke 26th November -- Nite Owl Karaoke 3rd December -- Johnny Geeeeee Rebel Bowls Monday & Friday nights (under lights) Fun night music casual fat shoes or bare feet Texas Hold-Em Wednesday nights - Free pool (3 tables) and snooker Takapuna RSA & Social Club TimeOut Dining & Entertainment Advertising Feature Schools win Oscars' AMI showdown awards -- the Oscars of secondary school productions -- were scooped up by two North Shore high schools. Rangitoto College and Kristin picked up 12 of the 24 awards, winning five and seven awards respectively at SkyCity Theatre. Rangitoto College took home Outstanding Play for Twelfth Night and Best Production of the Year for its musical Blood Brothers. Three students were recognised individually. Lizzie Morris won Best Leading Female in a Musical for her role as Mrs Johnstone in Blood Brothers. Henry Beasley won Best Leading Male in a Play for his role as Feste in Twelfth Night. Daniel Tomlin also won Best Supporting Male in a Play for his role as Malvolio in Twelfth Night. Kristin took home two awards for The Crucible. Jeanette Verster, Pete Collis and Bruce Stewart received Best Set and Eleanor Williams won Best Supporting Female in a Play. The school also won five awards for Joseph and the Amazing Tech- nicolor Dreamcoat. Hamish Mouat won Leading Male in a Musi- cal and Joshua Cramond won Best Male Soloist. Nicholas Richardson won Best Vocal Choral Per- formance, Teresa Lauago and Lorna Rood won Best Choreography De- sign and Bruce Stewart won Best Lighting. Artist finds inspiration LISTINGS: Northart Gallery, The pre-Christmas $100 (or less) Show, November 8 to December 5 Lake House Arts Centre, The 5 Of US, November 9 to 28 Flagstaff Gallery, Glassification by Nejat Kavvas, November 11 to December 7 Natural talent: Jo Lawrence-King's painting, girl's bare feet on beach, will be one of many on show. Jo Lawrence-King has now discovered she can paint despite being told at school more than 30 years ago that she had no talent . Shetookupartasa hobby at age 40 with the encouragement of profes- sional artist Claire Hey. Five years later, the Greenhithe resident is holding her first solo exhibition, Beach Life, Kiwi Style in the Outer Gallery at the Depot Art- space. She says she has her mentor Claire to thank. I had very little self- belief but Claire gave me encouragement, support and a safe place to give art another go, she says. Claire says she feels sad when people say that they can t draw or paint. If you can make shapes with a pencil then you can draw. You just need to trust and enjoy the process, she says. Jo is holding her exhi- bition after winning a sponsorship from a group of seven artists called the Magpies. The Magpies collabor- ated in an exhibition at the Depot Artspace in 2009. They wanted to support an emerging art- ist to hold his or her first solo exhibition using some of the proceeds of their own exhibition. Beach Life, Kiwi Style will be held at the Depot Artspace in Devonport from November 13 to 25. Claire Hey will be part of a group exhibition, Sewing the Seed for a Textural Garden, in the main gallery at the same time. Summer dining at Masala Birkenhead Outdoor dining: The deck at Masala is great for summer dining. Summer is the time to enjoy the outdoors -- and that of course includes outdoor dining. And Masala is ideal for out- door dining with its spacious front deck and sheltered side deck. If you prefer to eat indoors, you ll find an elegant interior at Masala. The classic villa that houses the res- taurant has been elegantly refurbished with chandeliers and antiques highlighting the decor. If you want to enjoy superb Indian food in a fine dining atmos- phere, Masala is the place to go. A maharajah would feel at home here! Masala s menu com- prehensively covers the cuisine of India with its many regional varieties, from the northwestern frontier to Goa, from Punjab to the South. Here every classic Indian dish can be savoured. There s an excellent selection of New Zealand and imp- orted wines to comple- ment Indian dishes. Then there are the specials. All mains are just $10 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wedne- sdays for dine-in, takeout or delivery. And the lunch special, whether dine in or takeout, is just $10 every day of the week. For this low price you get a main dish, rice, naan bread, and your choice of soft drink or juice -- and for just $2 extra you can have a New Zealand beer or a glass of wine. Planning a Christmas party? Masala is still taking bookings for Christmas functions. The banquet menus are ideal for groups -- available in three versions, priced from $30 -- and the chefs can cre- ate menus to suit your group s requirements. Masala is at 190 Hinemoa Street, Birken- head -- phone 480-8980. It s open seven days for lunch from 11.30am tp 2.30pm and for dinner from 5pm till late. Masala also has branches at Mission Bay, Papakura, Pukekohe, Titirangi and Stanmore Bay.
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