Kāpiti poised to sizzle for this year’s Visa Wellington on a Plate
Visa Wellington on a Plate is back for its tenth anniversary from 10-26 August and this year the Kāpiti Coast has more participating restaurants, cafés, and bars than ever before.
Mayor K Gurunathan says that Kāpiti is fast becoming renown for its creative, fresh cuisine and innovative food events.
“We are fortunate to be able to harvest some of the very best produce in the region, so events like Visa Wellington on a Plate is a great way for local chefs and foodies to showcase the excellence on offer at our restaurants, cafés, and bars.
“The event also promises great visitor attraction potential for our district, bringing people from throughout the region to dine in Kāpiti. Make sure you get in to sample this year’s entries and vote for your favourite.”
With some Kāpiti events already sold out, the race is on to get tickets now. Dine, burger, and cocktail menus are on offer at the following participating Kāpiti restaurants:
Beach Road Deli - 5 Beach Rd, Paekākāriki
Brunch & Burger - 44 Seaview Rd, Paraparaumu
D4 Raumati - 9 Margaret Rd, Paraparaumu
Marine Parade Eatery - 50 Marine Parade, Paraparaumu,
Pram Beach - 24 Marine Pde, Paraparaumu
Robert Harris Café - Coastlands, Paraparaumu
Soprano Ristorante - 7 Seaview Rd, Paraparaumu
The Salt & Wood Collective - 11 Ngaio Rd, Waikanae
Waimea - 1 Waimea Rd, Waikanae
Waterfront Bar - 3 Garden Rd, Raumati Beach
For more information about Visa Wellington on a Plate and how to book tickets, click here.