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Theatre Cafe
New Zealand

The former Norman Ng building, which was formerly the entrance to a theatre, now houses a new cafe and bar. It has a great feel to it, enhanced by the high curved ceiling and stained glass ceiling at the rear. Well worth the visit.

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Uploaded: 17/03/2012
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