Curious Kiwis who wanted to know more about a location frequently visited by two people who tested positive for COVID-19 have taken to Google for answers.
The father and his child had visited the BBQ King in Albany restaurant on Auckland's North Shore six times between the 15th January and 18th January, according to the Ministry of Health's location list.
This divulgence has left many people wondering... what is BBQ King?
"Did anyone else imagine 'BBQ King' being a BBQ shop?" one person commented on Facebook.
"I imagined the husband sneaking off to buy... BBQ parts and... coal and stuff..."
Rated 3.3 stars on Google Maps, this Chinese restaurant has proved itself to be rather popular.
With pork dumplings, beef skewers and roasted squid on the menu, it's no surprise the pair returned twice in a day.
Members of the public have raised concerns as to whether the positive cases were staff at the restaurant.
"Haven't returned to work, really? Because those times look like split shift times doing lunch and dinner service..." one person commented on Facebook.
But restaurant owner Amy Li told NZ Herald her team had only found out about the positive cases on Tuesday night and organised a deep clean straight away.
"I just want to point out it is a loyal customer, and it is not one of our staff," she said.
It is believed the father and his young daughter visited the restaurant on the 15th January, once they were released from managed isolation at Auckland's Pullman Hotel, before returning several times.
"We decided to close down at 9pm, and all my 31 staff have been to do a test this morning," Li said.
"Our staff are quite well and don't have any signs of cold, everyone seems healthy."