A free lunch in Queenstown
Wed, 29 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
For almost 10 years in Queenstown, one cafe has served up the same meals to rave reviews.
It's the Pasta Cafe, and its main distinction from all the other restaurants in Queenstown is that it only runs for six weeks over winter, and it's free.
The idea began when itinerant workers who come for the winter found living costs too high.
Watch the video to see the report by Tsehai Tiffen.
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29/08/2012 9:42:44 p.m.
real gems these people.
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