20 awesome things under $20 in Wellington
Make your way through the capital city by checking out the 20 things to do, see and eat under $20. It's Wellington's ultimate best, banging, bargain adventure
Go for burgers
18 Majoribanks Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington
Everybody loves a burger, and Burger Liquor can provide a burger to suit almost everyone - regardless of age or dietary requirement. Most of Burger Liquor's delicious menu is under $20 and the atmosphere is laidback and fun.
Molesworth Street, Pipitea, Wellington
A visit to New Zealand's capital city would not be complete without a visit to the beautifully refurbished Parliament Buildings. Consisting of three architecturally distinctive buildings, there's the Edwardian neo-classical Parliament House, the Victorian Gothic Parliamentary Library and the unique 1970s-style Beehive building.
Free guided tours of Parliament are available each day but need to be booked in advance. You can also book to dine at Bellamy's by Logan Brown, previously exclusively for parliamentarians, this fine dining restaurant at Parliament is now open to the public.
Have a fish and chip feast
5 Majoribanks Street, Mount Victoria, Wellington
Mt Vic Chippery's Weekday Express Lunch is excellent value: for $15 you'll get a piece of beer-battered, crumbed or gluten-free battered market fish, crinkle-cut fries, slaw, sauce and a soft-drink. Go have a fish and chip picnic at nearby Oriental Bay.
Treat yourself to a delicious waffle
53 Courtenay Place, Te Aro, Wellington
Grab a hot waffle loaded up with decadent toppings like freshly whipped cream, hot chocolate sauce, fresh fruit and sprinkles. You'll find The Little Waffle Shop on Courtenay Place ($9 each, $5 waffle of the week on Wednesdays).
Sip a cocktail
45 Tory St, Te Aro, Wellington
One of Wellington's most-loved restaurants, Chow serves up fresh, contemporary takes on Asian eats along with a line-up of delicious cocktails in a cool-casual setting. Their delicious cocktails are all under $20 - our favourite is the rosebud.
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