A few months ago, I had the pleasure of visiting ‘Wellington on a plate’ which is Wellington’s version of our Crave SIFF. This post is long over due, but hopefully it sets the scene for anyone who is considering visiting the event next year. City… Read more
New Zealand brings back a lot of fond memories. Not everyone knows this, but I’m actually a Kiwi. I was born and bred in Otahuhu but came to Sydney when I was six (queue kiwi accent joke about sex). I consider myself Australian now, but… Read more
One restaurant I really found intriguing was the Bodhi Tree, a Burmese restaurant. Luckily the restaurant is a mere 10 minutes walk from our hotel and is tiny, fitting around 15 tables and I’m charmed by its orange walls and Burmese menus, within 30 minutes all of the tables are packed and the restaurant is buzzing.
Before coming to New Zealand I really only had two intentions, to eat at Fleur’s Place and to eat at Nin’s Bin. Let’s just say I have a pretty one track mind when it comes to food! I knew that NZ had a good reputation for seafood and after seeing Not Quite Nigella’s post on Nin’s Bin, I immediately put it down as a stop on our epic road trip.
A worn out by a day of driving in New Zealand we decide to take a local recommendation and keep it simple with Pizza at The Cow. Stepping inside I’m immediately charmed by the exposed ceilings, the booths tucked along the walls and the sight of the open fireplace and we decide to relax and eat in rather than take away as per our original intentions.