The pork belly was amazing and so were the desserts. Fabulous food and customer service. I returned for a 2nd visit and was still impressed. Highly recommended!
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''Twas a wet and miserable night in the windiest of Wellingtons. We braved the harsh elements with our wee family and descended upon the unsuspecting staff of this delecatarious establishment. Warm of body and soul were we as we dined like kings of old. With...More
Split bar & restaurant space we came for dinner but felt the wait staff were more focused elsewhere which detracted from the amazing food and well priced drinks we all enjoyed.
fast and efficient service from the bar, there was great music being played, there was good security and crowd control in place to ensure it didn't turn into a can of sardines, so all in all, well planned and delivered. I'll be back again.
Great ambience for dinner and drinks, we had three small plates (which are quite small), a bread and two desserts for two people and it was all lovely. Nicely presented, great flavour, really pretty yummy and quite quick! The only thing that left a bad...More
We enjoyed sharing the shoulder of lamb with pumpkin, cauliflower gratin , with peas & mint sauce. The lamb was falling off the bone however we did find the vegetables needed a little more cooking as they were slightly underdone. The restaurant has a lovely...More
From the moment we walked in, the ambience was great. The intimate lighting and tunes were perfect for celebrating an anniversary. We were greeted by a lovely maître d' who was highly professional and had a certain finesse with what she did; from pouring wine...More
So it’s had up’s and down’s over the years to be one of the strong survivors to date. I recall when this restaurant was at the top of the game and one of the most talked about restaurants in Wellington. It’s always been a great...More
Can't speak to the restaurant as I spent my time on the opposite side which is the bar. Probably one of the best selections of spirits and wines you'll find in Wellington as we went specifically for the Chocolate Martini - that's is my wife...More