Local woman opens restaurant

The National,Friday June 24th, 2016

A LOCAL woman has opened a restaurant specialising in home-cooked food in Waigani to cater for public servants and workers in the area.
Angela Vines owns Angies Hauskuk which is Angies Hauskuk is located at the Mutual Rumana Building at Waigani in Port Moresby.
Vines decided to venture into the restaurant business to cater for the high demand for home-cooked food by workers and residents in Port Moresby.
Restaurant manager Winifred Hiambohm said: “We get a regular supply of fresh produce from Mt Hagen and Lae about twice a week.
“That’s why our food is local and fresh and our customers enjoy dining here.”
Workers flock to the restaurant for lunch to have a taste of home-cooked food.
The restaurant opened in May and is steadily building a customer base.
The restaurant can cater up to about 50 persons and is also available for hire.
Public servant Kaia Avere who works nearby at the Department of Higher Education frequents the eatery.
“The local food and the way they prepare it is the main reason why a lot of people are going to them,” Avere said. “The food is so good that I ordered from them during a meeting we had.
“The senior management really enjoyed the PNG-style food. I have even seen employees from the NCDC City Hall come all the way down here just for the food.”