Cream pāua and hāngī for hungry Te Matatini visitors
Toby’s Seafood, a Māori whānau-oriented business, set up camp at Te Matatini on Wednesday, selling out of their most popular dish – creamy pāua and fried bread by noon.
They’ve come with raw mussels, raw fish, shrimp cocktails, pāua pies, cream pāua, pāua sausages and fried bread. By 9.30am on Thursday, the stall saw keen customers queuing up.
They’ve also got “good for the soul” 100ml kina and tio (oyster) shots for those needing an instant kaimoana fix.
“The most popular would have to be the cream pāua and the fried bread,” said Anaru Tobin. “They sold out at midday, so we told our preppers to [...] pretty much triple up so that we’re well stocked for lunchtime.”
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