The Omelette in the restaurant’s main dining room is filled with fish from around the world, including from Oceania, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
The menu’s ingredients are from different continents.
The fish dishes, like the fish, include fish tacos, the dish is the first of its kind in New Zealand and has been featured on the menu for some time.
The restaurant’s staff are not only passionate about the fish but also about their dishes and the food, said owner and chef-owner, Lata Vardhan.
“We try to provide a good service, with quality ingredients, with a great atmosphere and atmosphere.
We want to share our passion for the dishes,” she said.
The Opele is an annual event that attracts people from all over New Zealand, including tourists and local residents, and the restaurant is a part of a larger program of events held at the restaurant, which is currently open every Sunday.
The event has been held since 2009 and since its inception, there have been more than 20,000 people in attendance.
A video from a 2010 visit shows the restaurant in its current state.
A man sits at the bar with a plate of fish tacos.
The restaurant is run by Vardhans son, a former diplomat, and her husband, who are both in their early 30s.
They are both well known to New Zealanders, Vardhaan said.
“It’s a bit different, they are not just an ordinary restaurant.
We have a long history here,” she added.
“When they come here, it’s like a visit from the past.
We like to keep it fresh.
We try to make it fresh, to create something new for people, that’s the best thing.”
A video shows an Opelette from a 2009 visit.
A man in a blue suit and tie takes his seat at the dining room table.
The chef-at-arms, Lota Vardhya, and his wife, Lala, are also part of the Omele tradition.
Vardhean said she first started her own restaurant business after the birth of her daughter in 2008.
She said it was a chance to have a “new adventure” and be able to create a family restaurant.
“You never know what you might get, it never ends.
If we do something wrong, you never know,” she told The Hindu.
“I always have to be careful and not be too cautious with the food.
If you want to eat something you’re not sure about, you have to ask.
But if you do not have to worry about that, then you’re doing it the right way.”