Even though compact in size, Te Aro packs a culture punch
Cuba Street ignites wanderlust with a multitude of dining, entertainment, cultural and retail attractions.
There’s always something happening in this part of town; whether it is dishing up an array of gourmet delights from places such as Fidels Cafe (a Cuba St institution), Grace Patisserie or Apache – which marries Vietnamese hawker cuisine with a parisian interior twist. Artistic showcases at Suite Art Gallery and shopping gems like Deadly Ponies or ENA mean this vibrant enclave may just become your next favourite spot to visit.
Not sure where to start? Our friendly Naumi Aides are on hand to make recommendations based on your preferences.