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A playlist of epic love songs and break-up ballads that'll have you dancing as though no one is watching. Everyone's favourite magical nanny is back in this charming sequel, with Emily Blunt leading the charge in a most delightful way. Take your love of wine to the streets on this self-guided stroll between Wellington bars. This family-friendly comedy was inspired by the life of its director, but can't find the balance between authentic and formulaic. It's often said that Wellington has more cafes per capita than New York.
But for all of us who need to keep a watchful eye on our bank statements, it can be a real challenge making the most of the city's culinary offerings without spiralling quickly into overdraft and beyond. So we've put together this little guide to help. Some of these are specials. Some are just cheap always. All are befitting your brilliant belly.
It oozes out onto the sidewalk and creates all kinds of hazards for passersby, who soon find themselves seated inside with their shirts tucked in reading the New Yorker and sipping a macchiato. While it's classy, it's certainly not above the occasional cheap breakfast deal. This is the go-to place for cheap vegetarian and vegan meals in the business end of Wellington. And it's not just the food — the serene atmosphere is welcome respite from the midday chaos of Lambton Quay. It's notoriously good, and it's this cheap every day. Don't let the low-key look of the place fool you—the food here is so good that it's been known to turn carnivores into vegetarians.
This place is great for a quick and tasty meal on your way into town. Chow is great any night of the week, but on Mondays, when mains go 2 for 1, it's irresistible.
It's open late too, so perfect for a late dinner after a movie. Located beach-side in the old surf club building, Maranui is the stand-out eatery in Lyall Bay.
Make it out for this Tuesday breakfast deal — this place gets busy on the weekends. Monterey is home to the best burgers in Newtown, and Tuesdays are when you'll get them cheap. Pop on in and challenge your friends to a board game. It's so homely you'll loiter. Here's a fact which some people may deny, but if they do, they're either lying or tasteless: As such, you may as well pencil this deal into your calendar now.
Get in between 11 and 3 and it's yours. Cafe food this cheap? Seriously, this is a thing.
The american hotdog is but one of a range of absurdly cheap lunch options. If it's a Tuesday, be here. On 2 for 1 mains Tuesday, if you get 2 mains, you'll get each half price. It's cheap, delicious, and somehow it manages to be classy too. Tucked away up the alley on Leeds Street just across the way from Golding's Free Dive, Pizza Pomodoro is out of sight, but once you get in there, I doubt it'll soon be out of mind. Dealer in cheap lunches is just one of the many hats Southern Cross wears. Classy bar, maker of quality brunches, site of family-friendly courtyard, host of great gigs—the list goes on.
Little Hanoi is hidden away up Left Bank, which is not because it doesn't deserve to be in the spotlight. It's fully licensed and BYO so you may as well bring a bottle of wine and make an evening of it. But with food deals this bizarrely cheap — I mean, the steak is organic scotch fillet steak with chimichurri, red wine jus or french butter, for God's sake—you'd be a sucker for thinking it's just a venue for quality music. Phone off your holiday to Vietnam — this is street food of the quality you'll find on the streets of Hanoi. You'll find this little place burrowed away up Cable Car Lane.
This beast is comprised of BBQ pulled pork with chipotle mayo and dressed coleslaw, and it's but one of a range of delicious burgers on offer. Situated on Featherston Street, Thunderbird is a taste oasis in the desert of corporate chain outlets. Chef's Palette got me through uni. And based upon the lines that stretch out its doors every lunch time, I don't think I'm the only one. Chef's only has a few options, but that's the beauty of the place.
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It all comes down to the sauces you choose. I've been waging a long campaign for the sichuan chilli and honey soya combo — I'd appreciate it if you joined me. And with one of Wellington's best selections of beer, you may as well set aside the afternoon too. Thursdays is steak night at this Miramar joint. If you're out airport-way and the stomach grumbles, set your sights for this place. Every day is egg day at this classy spot on Victoria University's Kelburn Campus. Eggs are two for one before 11am.
And these are eggs done right, whichever way you like them. Gooseshack is the place that is breathing life into Berhampore, the long slumbering suburb just beyond Newtown. If you can make it there for Friday lunch, sandwich deals of this calibre are all yours. This place is the Diagon Alley of Wellington Singaporean eateries.
It's way down the Parliament end of Lambton Quay and is literally in a windowless room underground. You won't find it unless you look for it.
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