Taste your way across the Wellington region at 136 eateries with these exclusive and surprising Festival menus, complete with the new “Festival Dish” to the theme “An Element of Surprise.” .

  • 18 Cambridge Tce

    Bringing soul, culture and vibrancy to the Wellington food scene, Afrika prides itself on using locally-sourced seasonal Halal ingredients to supplement African meats.

  • 31 Courtenay Pl

    Classic and contemporary find common ground in all cuisines. We aim to showcase the marriage of Chinese culinary traditions and philosophy with a contemporary approach and cooking techniques, translated with local accents and ingredients, reflecting the diversity of the best New Zealand has to offer.

  • 125 Featherston Street, Wellington

    Welcome to the world of Annam, the name given to the central region of Vietnam when it became part of French Indochina in 1887. Our menu features dishes inspired by the cuisine of Vietnam with French flair. A diverse cuisine that exhibits freshness, a balance of the raw and cooked, with intoxicating aromas.

  • Various

    Antojitos means ‘little cravings’, and we aim to satisfy yours! Cooking Mexicaninspired street food with Kiwi flair, Antojitos sources the freshest seasonal produce and free range meats to make the best tacos in Wellington. Try the poppers – you’ll be back for more. #letstacoboutit

  • 122 Wakefield St

    Inspired by Ha Noi’s street food, Chef Le brings his hometown favourites to Wakefield Street. With a modern take on Vietnamese cuisine and a Parisian touch, his menu will feed your belly and fill your mind.

  • 2 Grey St

    Located in the heart of Wellington’s CBD, Arizona has been serving Wellingtonians for over 24 years with professional, friendly service, creating a safe and inclusive environment for all guests to enjoy quality American themed cuisine and drinks – served how they should be.

  • Bolton Hotel, 12 Bolton St

    Serving food with a story, not a science. It’s honest. It’s food you’ll remember next year. The occasion might pass but you want the memory to last. Everyone can cook and serve but not everyone understands the importance of 63% chocolate. “Cook what is good” – Executive chef Maclean Fraser

  • 132 Featherston Street, Wellington

    Take a taste trip around the Mediterranean, spiralling out along the North African coast, through Spain and into Europe. Inspired by the tapas culture of Spain, Avida’s kitchen is equipped with a traditional charcoal burning, Spanish-built josper oven.

  • 340 Jackson St, Petone

    B is for Biryani, Bar and Bollywood! B Lounge is an authentic Indian biryani restaurant with a unique blend of flavours and experience. The main attraction of this menu is biryani, a rice-based dish made with with marianted meat, slow cooked in basmati rice.

  • 34 Molesworth St

    The famous Backbencher Gastro Pub is situated opposite parliament and offers fresh New Zealand cuisine, made on premise, for healthy everyday dining and value for money.