Pastry chef takes the cake at mate's wedding
It's probably no surprise that classically trained French chef Laurent Loudeac is catering his own wedding but he's wisely left the hard part – the cake – to top pastry chef David Cadoret.
Wellington coffee company Flight Coffee is about to spread its wings across the Tasman.
The former operator of popular Wellington cafe Memphis Belle has emerged in Christchurch.
Getting past an architectural stumbling block has rich rewards for restaurant Golden Tiger.
A young Wellingtonian has transformed his love for coffee into a business idea he believes is a world first.
Competition fierce for national hospitality title
Loyal customers are watching with interest as their favourite eateries go head to head.
Five Boroughs is faithful to a New York deli-diner, with a bottomless cup.
Two new eateries that have just opened in Wellington have a long history behind them.
Say goodbye to the Jimmy Cafe - Positively Wellington Venues is getting out of the food and beverage game.
JIM CHIPP - Kapi-Mana News
If you've ever wondered why one brew is delicious and another is flat and bitter, a new book has the answer.
The coffeehouse has the same kind of relaxed vibe that pervades the Roast Office in Te Uku and its sister outlet in Raglan.
You don't need many ingredients to make your Mexican cooking sing, chef Rodrigo Quirarte says.
For mezzo soprano Bianca Andrew, Petone's Go Bang Espresso is a cafe worth recording.
David Burton dines out on classic Japanese street food.
Nespresso has fired a shot across the bows of the specialty coffee movement.
What Wellington lacks in an al fresco climate, it makes up for in its cool alleyways - and Leeds St is ahead of the curve.
At Noah's Ark Teahouse we enjoyed a fine pot of infused leaf tea, but the food on offer was rather uninspiring, writes David Burton.
Occupying the sunny northwest corner of the building housing Lower Hutt's Little Theatre and War Memorial Library is a brand new cafe, Little.
A bike shop in a bland commercial strip is not where you'd normally expect to find good coffee, but visit the iRide store on Thorndon Quay and you'll find, in a sunny corner of the premises, the small but pleasant Pura Vida Cafe
Coffee aficionados are taking the drink to new heights in the quest for a great cuppa.