Food tours in Wellington

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Food Tours in Wellington

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  • Jane M
    Auckland Central, New Zealand22 contributions
    Highly recommend this tour. Jon Salter was an excellent guide he was so knowledgeable about the food industry in Wellington. He took us to places that you would NEVER find on your own. A great morning spent exploring different food outlets in Wellington.
    Written 5 February 2021
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  • Katharine D
    2 contributions
    What a great day we had with the lovely Tom Collier of Kaewa Tours. It was a great itinerary - a full day, but easy going so nothing felt rushed. Tom is a mine of information and nothing is too much trouble for him. What makes this a great tour is that it's "bespoke" in the way that he focuses on individual groups rather than large mixed groups so my husband and I enjoyed our day with just ourselves and Tom. All the sightseeing/visit stops are different in their own way so nothing was repetitive. The lunch platter at Poppies vineyard was superb - a "must-do", and the cheese and chocolate shops were irresistible. The 2nd wine tasting at Cellar Door was informative and not too long which is great. Cape Palliser Lighthouse felt like NZ's answer to Cape Horn (if you've been to Cape Horn you'll know what I mean!), and the Seal Colony and iconic Ngawi beach topped off the day. Finishing with fish and chips at the Lake Ferry Hotel brought this perfect day to an end. Thanks Tom for your great guiding and lovely company.
    Written 1 June 2021
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  • Marjan T
    1 contribution
    Jon provided us with an intimate food tour for just the 2 of us. He was easy to get on with, very knowledgeable about the food and hospitality in wellington. He personalized the tours for us and took us to multiple locations inside and outside the CBD, all the latest fads.
    Highly recommended as a relaxing day out, with a knowledgeable and friendly guide.
    Written 8 June 2021
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  • Steven E
    Manchester, NH20 contributions
    Our travel agent recommended this tour as she knows that we appreciate good food and we are so glad that we heeded her advice! John is very knowledgeable about the food scene in Wellington and had lined up a nice day for us. We started at a coffee roaster where we learned a lot and tasted some amazing coffees, then we had planned stops for Greek and Italian - all of which were interspersed with a few stops with lovely views of the city. It was really nice that John was flexible; he added stops at a wholesale souvenir shop (we would have never found), a seaside ice cream shop, an old art deco theatre and Weta Studios for a quick Lord of there Rings fix.
    Written 31 December 2018
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