Located in a beautifully restored 1920s-era building, this spacious, white tableclothed and elegantly decorated restaurant is one of Wellington's ... More
Logan Brown Restaurant & Bar
Located in a beautifully restored 1920s-era building, this spacious, white tableclothed and elegantly decorated restaurant is one of Wellington's favourites, loved by business people for lunch and gourmands for dinner. It features a cocktail wine bar that is open late for supper. The owners serve food of international standard with style and grace. A jazz band entertains on some nights. The menu is reasonably expensive, so inquire about the three-course pre-theatre set menus and bankers' lunches. These are good value options.
This meal was the highlight of my New Zealand trip. Went there on my birthday and was very impressed with the friendliness and professionalism of the staff. This is a Mecca for foodies, not just a restaurant. I second all the compliments about the space. It was impressive marble columns and very comfortable. The food was creative and artfully done.
I did not have a reservation but I was accommodated quickly and then fawned over. You should not visit this City without making a reservation at Logan Brown first.
Ideal setting, great ambience, excellent food. Must try the Abelone and wonton starter. Fantastic marine sourround bar with baby crayfish and sea horses etc...according to the owners, these are released back into the ocean when they get too large for the special tanks - First class!
Part of a New Zealand all you can eat for a set price chain of licensed buffet restaurants. Family oriented,
it welcomes groups and caters for special occasions. Kids will love the birthday balloons and crazy cocktails. Cute peppermint ...
This stylish upmarket seafood restaurant and bar is situated in a painstakingly restored wharf woolshed built in 1888. Enjoy the
seascapes from the big windows and the spacious wood surroundings. There is a formal dining section frequented by corporate ...
Built in 1552, this building was firstly the family home of John Byrom, and then it housed a variety of
businesses through the centuries before finally becoming a pub. More recently, it has been physically moved twice once to ...