Monday, April 19, 2010

My Affair with a Hot Mama in Motueka, New Zealand


Hot Mama's Cafe and Bar is claimed to be the oldest eatery in Motueka. Established in 1991, it is certainly the most well known of its kind in this little town of New Zealand. This is partly due to its status of been covered in Lonely Planet.

Chicken Panini @ NZD10.

The signature Hot Mama's Pizza with Jalapenos. @ NZD17 

Bombay Chicken Pizza of banana, apricot and yogurt. Pretty acquire for a pizza but taste rather dull really.

For the glutton, the meat lovers. A mix of bacon, hams, chorizos, peperoni. @ NZ17

Frame grilled chicken burger with their shoestring fries. @ NZD16

Chili beef burger. Perhaps this is the only dish that worth for a return visit during lunch time. (Mind that they do serve different mains after 5) Flavorful thick beef patty and fresh salad providing that needed kick of a genuine burger.  @ NZD16

The Falafel salad with Feta cheese. Falafel is usually made of ground chickpeas and is typically common among the middle east or Mediterranean. And the Hot Mama's version claimed to be Greek. 

I would enjoy the great company more than the food itself really.




7 comments:

chris_lim said...

Great food! Do they hv hot mama in sydney? I wanna try it too.

Charles said...

I don't think so mate...perhaps hot papa..haha

ohmywtf said...

yeah....i think the falafel is arabic la...tried it mostly in arabian reastaurants

Thristhan said...

Wow, food looks tasty.

Charles said...

Yeah..mate. Middle east and Mediterranean

kumfye said...

hot mama food was really hot...

thefye.com

portapak said...

haha, felafal is claimed by all sorts of arabic countries - and also israel as their own.

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