Given Wellington's famous nightlife and café culture, it is not surprising Wellington has a great
selection of excellent restaurants on offer too. Walk down either Cuba or Courtney to find a seemingly
limitless choice of places to dine.
Matterhorn - NZ Restaurant of the Year 2008, and NZ Bar of the Year three years running.
Logan Brown - NZ Restaurant of the Year 2009. Located in a 1920s bank chamber, this restaurant
focuses on high quality dining in a relaxed and contemporary setting.
Crazy Horse Steak House - A celebration of local fare in an intimate setting, great for those
special occasions, an specialist selection of steak from around New Zealand.
Chow - Fresh, Asian inspired contemporary and fusion cuisine in a stylish renovated brick
building, 2 for 1 cocktails on Wednesday.
Great India - Wellington's top authentic Indian restaurant, house a selection of more than 50
beers and ales.
Monsoon Poon - A colourful and festive restaurant, serving contemporary Asian cuisine
presented by a mix of South East Asian chefs.
Satay Kingdom - Wellington's best Malaysian, tucked down the eccentric Left Bank this is a great
'cheap eats' for those in the know, with meals costing around $8.00.
Flying Burrito Brothers - This Mexican cantina and tequileria has a festive bar above and
intimate restaurant setting below.
Yangtze - Wellington's truly authentic Chinese restaurant celebrates the integration of fresh
kiwi produce with traditional Chinese methods. A Peking duck specialist.
Strawberry Fare - Wellington's premiere dessert restaurant, light and main meals available, but
who needs those when you can have a Devil's Dream Cake?