Field & Green As my final act in Wellington, I headed to well-regarded Field & Green for a substantial breakfast ahead of a marathon day of travels. Field & Green describes their style as “European Soul Food” and proudly proclaims itself an “egg Bene free zone”. Both of these comments strike me as more likely …

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Logan Brown With an unfavourable Friday involving a west to east crossing of the international date line – making my day last around 40 hours – ahead, I thought a relaxed Thursday would be in order. Accordingly, I focussed my main dining out adventure on lunchtime and decided to make perennial Wellington favourite Logan Brown …

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Ortega I’ve eaten some pretty spectacular seafood on this leg of my odd odyssey but I’d been assured that no trip to Wellington was complete without a visit to Ortega. That was from one of their employees, a pal of mine late of The Bon Vivant, though, so I headed to the much celebrated fish …

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Coffee and Drinks in New Zealand On each of my three city stops in New Zealand I found a profusion of excellent cafes coupled with very good restaurant coffee. In Auckland, the excellent Allpress was an obvious stop on my journey. Allpress is of course served in the excellent Castello in Edinburgh, so it was …

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Salty Pidgin I’d been given a tip from my friend Calum, who works at the excellent Rogue & Vagabond, that I should give Salty Pidgin, in Brooklyn, a look. What he did not explain is that Brooklyn is at the top of a fucking massive hill. Nor was it immediately apparent that Google Maps’ proposed …

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