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The chefs at Aroha work tirelessly to prepare and serve from a place of Aroha. By cooking with love, respect and empathy, Aroha welcomes customers as they would welcome their own Whānau because they believe everyone deserves health and happiness.
Their never-ending selection of plant-based foods demonstrate that vegan and vegetarian foods are delicious, healthy and somewhat addictive!
Towering over the Press Hall laneway, with its very own mezzanine overlooking Willis St below, this is the perfect place to watch the world go.
Whether you choose a glass of wine or beer, a bar snack or even their yummy lunch menu, you won’t be disappointed.
What you find at NAM D is what you would find on the streets of Vietnam. From their specially baked bread to their homemade butter, pâté and pickles for their Bánh Mì or even their restorative Phở soup, the team at NAM D prepare fresh Vietnamese food which bursts with fragrance and flavour.
Yoshi Sushi & Bento uses only the best Japanese ingredients, recipes and textures to create an unforgettable culinary experience. From sushi to bento bowls, ramen to poke bowls there is so much to choose from.
Transform your day with a relaxed Japanese Izakaya style lunch or dinner, or enjoy an afterwork sake, beer, umeshu or wine with a friend.
The LΔB serves an irresistible spread of nutritious and decadent breakfast and lunch options that reaffirm why Wellington is so often called the capital café of New Zealand.
With an ambition to create, feed and inspire hungry Wellingtonians with fresh and seasonal produce, you’ll discover excellence at every turn – especially when it comes to their cold pressed juices.
The LUCKY team are patrons of the deep frying arts. Our pop-up at Press Hall brings some of Wellington’s favourite burgers, fried chicken and gravy fries across town (and indoors!)… there is no excuse not to go and get LUCKY.
REAL Indonesian sweet and savoury street food.