Wellington - The culinary capital of New Zealand
Wellington Views - Photo Courtesy Aidan
Wellington is capital of New Zealand that lies on the Southern edge of North Island. Wellington lies central to New Zealand and offers good weather all round the year. Wellington is a harbou r town and is abuzz with restaurants, cafes, lounges and delis. It’s famous for its regional wines, seafood and local cuisine and considered culinary capital of New Zealand.
Here are the places to get the best piece of the Wellington’s culinary experience:
Courtenay Place - Also known for its party and theatre scene, the place is lined with restaurants, bars and theatres.
Cuba Street - A culinary and cultural hotspot, here you fill find a number of restaurants as well as some of New Zealand’s ethnic food.
Miramar - A short drive from the city, Miramar is a popular for movie theatres and here one finds an array of glamorous restaurants.
Waterfront/Harbour – This one is for the best of Seafood. Here one has access to the best catch of the day for all your meals. Apart from tasting the world-class quality shellfish and squids.
Wellington does not always feature in all New Zealand Itineraries. However it is second popular arrival / departure point for New Zealand after Auckland where guests can spend a couple of days exploring cityscape and enjoying a thorough culinary experience.