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5 Places To Go For Brunch In Wellington

By Wild Kiwi Team
on  September 12, 2017

Whoever decided to make brunch a thing is a hero in our eyes! If you’re looking for the perfect spot in Wellington during your New Zealand Road Trip, here are just a few of our favourites.

Eating out on a New Zealand road trip - Stop off for brunch in Wellington

1. The Larder

Located super close to the Weta Workshop, the Larder is the place to go for an epic feed. With a menu that is thoroughly deserving of all the heart eye emojis, you can enjoy everything from buttermilk crepes and poached fruit, to spicy calamari, and poached eggs on freshly made sourdough. In addition, everything is made with locally sourced ingredients too.

2. Enjoy Wellington’s Boat Café On Your New Zealand Road Trip

Oriental Bay is home to the Boat Café, a beautifully restored boat providing diners with gorgeous views and a truly unique atmosphere. With a menu including eggs benedict, stacks of blueberry pancakes, seafood chowder, and burgers and fries, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

3. Fidel’s Café

Fidel’s make the most out of locally and ethically sourced ingredients. Specialising in home style cooking, their food is comforting and delicious, served with an artisanal twist and bundles of personality. Tuck into waffles with lashings of maple syrup, fresh seasonal smoothie bowls, Cuban burritos, and perfectly baked eggs.

4. Loretta

If you’re not sure what you fancy stop by Loretta’s, where the menu changes every single day. In the same way, its always beautifully tailored to the weather and thoroughly in tune with the seasons!

5. Olive

Olive’s green filled courtyard is the perfect spot for a leisurely brunch. From tiramisu waffles, to seared salmon and eggs served in any way you’d like them. Moreover, the dishes at Olive are creative and are made with real flavour. You also can’t go wrong with a mimosa or an aperol spritz on a sunshine filled afternoon!

Food and fun on a New Zealand road trip - Find out where serves the best brunch

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