Wellington locals – you KNOW how good Fidel’s is. But for those who live here and haven’t been (Uhm why not???) and the travellers among you – check this blog out to get the real low down of Cuba Street’s top brunch spot.
Every student knows that the best feeling isn’t when you get an A, or when you smash that Kendrick rap verse – It’s when your parents come up for the weekend and pay for ya food. This weekend I was blessed with the parents visiting, and I had free reign of deciding where to go
I don’t know if you heard, but Ed Sheeran arrived in New Zealand a few weeks ago to conclude his ‘Divide’ tour, and as proud fans of this ginger guitar guru my Mum, my sister and I all flew up to the big smoke, Auckland, to admire his craft in the flesh. Of course, when
A morning full of fights, shopping and make-ups calls for a much needed lunch break! Morri Street cafe was there to save our stomachs (and potentially our family ties), however Morri Street Cafe could’ve served up a little more TLC.
Tucked away in amongst Cuba streets alternative shops is the elegant yet fittingly quirky cafe-come-restaurant, Olive.
A stunning restaurant situated alongside the waterfront that provides beautiful views, ambiance and cuisine all day and all of the night.
A gorgeous cafe inspired by the classic bistros of Paris, and serving delectable French cuisine that grace the palettes of nelsonians. Oh la la!