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July 17, 2017

KC Café is the place to go if you were disappointed that your university career has not lived up to the reality the cover of the prospectus your mum got for you in high school painted: multicultural study sessions on hills in the sun. Sure, you won’t be studying or on a hill in the […]

May 29, 2017

Burger Liquor is a favourite for many Wellington students. The prices are not too crazy, but crazy enough to keep your Double Brown-drinking, cuffed plain black beanie-wearing, Warehouse shoe-rocking neighbours away. You can easily go there with your mates, have a burger, share some fries, and have a beer for around $25 each. The outside […]

May 8, 2017

This week’s excursion was to Shed 5 on the waterfront. The exquisite location gives a terrific view of boats we will never own and the opportunity to look down our noses at the passers-by who are not dining at Shed 5; for one night only, in this moment, we are infinite. As I walked in […]

May 1, 2017

Oriental Kingdom is well known in Wellington for its less than classy reputation and less than acceptable food, but the trip was made anyway for a football team BYO. The decor seems to be stuck in 1996, probably both the last time it was updated and the last time someone went there sober. The tables […]

April 3, 2017

The trip to Sweet Mother’s Kitchen came after a torrid February afternoon in which we were on the hunt for fried chicken. After the enormous disappointment from an unnamed and well-regarded establishment being “out of chicken” we headed to the end of Courtenay for some much sought after butter-milked-bliss. Sweet Mother’s Kitchen prides itself for […]

March 27, 2017

Decor/Atmosphere/Music The nautical nature of the shop is very well done, although it could be improved on by playing solely the Spongebob score and Lil Yachty’s mixtapes. We opted to take our food to its natural habitat — the beach.   Fish Burger The fish in the fish burger seemed to be truly at home. […]

March 3, 2017

When you enter you are greeted by the welcoming sounds of mainstream radio: The Edge is playing, and who doesn’t like Shawn Mendes? I don’t. The atmosphere apart from the music is warm and the banter is strong between the identical brothers who work there. I will admit it took me way longer to realised […]