While our little restaurant in Thorndon is getting some earthquake strengthening work done we will be popping up at 99 Victoria Street in the CBD.
Join the Hillside crew for the famous Hillside Forage!
On the Sunday before you dine at Hillside, you'll spend three hours foraging with the Hillside crew at a secret outdoor Wellington foraging location, learning about and picking the food that grows wild around us. On your selected dining date, you will reunite with the Hillside crew at the restaurant for a four-course dinner where your foraged food is put to good use.
Dec 01, 6:00pm - Late
Dec 07, 6:00pm - Late
Dec 08, 6:00pm - Late
Dec 15, 6:00pm - Late
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Gather for a four-course dinner at Hillside Downtown, designed around the life of a featured culinary guest followed by a live recording of the Honeycombe podcast, a popular local podcast about New Zealand food and drink and the people that make it happen, as well as an audience Q&A session.
26 August: Kelli Brett - Editor of Cuisine Magazine
27 August: Jane Cooper - Winemaker Alexia Wine
28 August: Samuel Flynn Scott - Phoenix Foundation
Tickets sold in tables of two's and four's.
Aug 26, 6:00pm - Late
Aug 27, 6:00pm - Late
Aug 28, 6:00pm - Late
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Come together around the communal table, eat great food, and share the experience. Hillside Kitchen turns their traditional seven-course degustation style menu into an intimate family-style dinner for everyone to enjoy together. This is a chance to meet, share stories, and be thankful for one another. This meal will also help others with $20 from each ticket donated to Kaibosh, a charity that helps redistribute potential food waste to those who need it most.
Aug 19, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Aug 19, 8:00pm - Late
Aug 20, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Aug 20, 8:00pm - Late
Aug 21, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Aug 21, 8:00pm - Late
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Throughout its history, Wellington has been a food basket. Large swathes of the city were once cultivated as gardens by Maori, the Hutt valley was dominated by market gardens, green belts have provided foraged fair past and present, and back gardens have been producing an ever-changing array of fruits and vegetables.
The Hillside fixed menu this festival is dedicated to telling this story.
Dish Description: Kūmara representing the first gardens of Wellington.
This dish is only available as part of a fixed menu.
Availability: Lunch & Dinner
Festival Dish: Kūmara representing the first gardens of Wellington.
Market gardens of the Hutt.
The urban garden.
Price for four courses: $75