Story: Restaurants and food outlets

Fish shop and tearooms, Ōtāhuhu, around 1935

Fish shop and tearooms, Ōtāhuhu, around 1935

The Devcich family operated a combined fish shop and tearooms in Ōtāhuhu. The window display advertises Stewart Island oysters, rock oysters and crayfish, while a sign below the window says 'Rabbits now on'. In the tearooms, meals were available at all hours.

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Perrin Rowland, 'Restaurants and food outlets - Liquor licensing and dining out', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 22 January 2022)

Story by Perrin Rowland, published 5 Sep 2013