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Logan Brown Restaurant

Logan Brown Restaurant is an innovative and stylish restaurant in the heart of Wellington. This restaurant has an extensive wine list and a great selection of menu items to choose from. With an A La Carte Menu as well as a Bistro menu diners can't go wrong when deciding to eat at Logan Brown. To start try the rabbit and wild boar terrine, mains include line caught snapper or duck confit with smoked bacon and cranberry relish. The dessert menu is equally tempting with choices such as lime and ginger brulee or handmade chocolate truffles. Bookings are essential; Logan Brown is open every day for lunch and dinner.

Address: Corner of Cuba & Vivian Streets
Telephone: +64 (0)4 801 5114
Email: enquiries@loganbrown.co.nz
Website: http://www.loganbrown.co.nz

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The Tasting Room

This popular Wellington restaurant is always packed, and with good reason. The Tasting Room offers diners a selection of fine wines and a selection of fantastically designed menu items. The best way to enjoy eating at this fine restaurant is to order the tasting room platter, however the lamb rump, beef wellington and seared venison dishes all come highly recommended. A cheese platter is the perfect way to end off a meal at this superb restaurant. Reservations are essential.

Address: Corner of Courtenay Place and Cambridge Terrace
Telephone: +64 (0)4 384 1159
Email: thetastingroom@xtra.co.nz
Website: http://www.thetastingroom.co.nz

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