Silky Otter Ponsonby
Silky Otter Ponsonby
Silky Otter Ponsonby

Ponsonby Central welcomes a new boutique cinema and we’re giving away dinner and a movie for four to celebrate

The mood is certainly festive at Ponsonby Central, the restaurants abuzz with jovial gatherings and the precinct’s infamous Santa statue gracing us with his cheeky presence. To top it all off, newcomer and boutique cinema Silky Otter has just opened its doors, promising to entertain and delight its patrons in serious style. 

Silky Otter is more than just a movie theatre, boasting a sleek restaurant and bar area, ‘So Lounge’, which serves fresh fare, barista-made coffee, and delectable cocktails. There’s never been a better reason to make a night of it, and you can even have food and drinks delivered to your luxurious theatre recliner as you indulge in your film of choice. 

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Movies currently showing at Silky Otter Ponsonby include the highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda ForeverThe Menu, and to entertain the children, the newly released animation Strange World. With state-of-the-art auditoriums, each seating 28 people, and the opportunity to hire out a specially-designed space with its very own bar, lounge and Laurent-Perrier screen, Silky Otter will undoubtedly elevate your cinema experience to new heights. 

To welcome Silky Otter to Ponsonby Central, we’re giving away the ultimate evening experience for four people — dinner at Inca and a Silky Otter movie experience. Your evening will kick off with Inca’s ‘Let Us Feed You’ tasting menu — a selection of the restaurant’s greatest hits designed for sharing. Then, you’ll head to Silky Otter, where you’ll enjoy a movie and dessert. To enter, fill out the form below. Good luck!

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