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Mid Range - $20 to $30 3.33333 3

The General Practitioner

3.33333 * * * 1/2 from 3 reviews
New Zealand Restaurants

100 Willis Street Wellington Central Wellington City Wellington 6011

PO Box 9092
Marion Square
Wellington City

(04) 4996001 Fax:(04) 4996002 Website Yes

Winner of the 2008 Monteiths Beer and Wild Food Challenge, New Zealands Seventeenth Monteith Craft Beer Bar, The General Practitioner, has been put together to offer the best in Craft beer and New Zealand Wild Food, In a premium gastropub environment.

The General Practitioner takes its name from its history; the building was originally constructed for Dr. Henry Pollen in 1902. Dr Pollen Conducted his consultations and surgery on the ground floor and resided with his family on the top floors.

The "GP" is an ideal spot for Lunch, Dinner, afterwork socialising, pre-theatre dining brunch in the weekend, or just pop in any time for a pint of Monteiths or a bite from our wild food menu.

Join us soon at the General Practitioner for a prescription of fine ales and healthy socialising.

Member of Hospitality Association of New Zealand
  • Business Hours

    Mon 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Tue 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Wed 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Thu 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Fri 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Sat 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late Sun 11:00am – 3:00pm    5:00pm – Late
  • Cuisines

    New Zealand , Continental/European , Brasseries

  • Established

    2006

  • Products/Services

    • Loyalty Club
    • Set Menus
    • Starters
    • Grazing Plates
    • Platter
    • Entrees
    • Main Menu
    • Desserts
  • About the venue

    Children Allowed anytime Smoking Heated smoking porch
  • Outdoor Seating

    • Streetside
    • Private
  • Licensing

    • Fully licensed
    • Beer - bottled
    • Beer - tap
    • Wine
    • Spirits
    • Cocktails
  • We offer

    • Lunch
    • Dinner
  • Amenities

    • 1 televisions
  • Entrance Fee

    • Never
  • Meal Price

    Mid Range - $20 to $30

  • Size

    5 - 49 Employees

  • Payment Options

    • Cash
    • EFTPOS
    • Visa
    • Mastercard
    • American Express
    • Diners Club
    • Business Cheque
  • Brands

    • General Practitoner
  • Dress

    • Casual
  • Facilities

    • Private Functions
    • Disabled Toilet
  • Venue Type

    Restaurant/Cafe

  • Food Served

    • Bar snacks
  • Awards Won

    • 2008 Monteiths Beer and Wild Food Challenge

Reviews (3 reviews)

  1. The General Practitioner

    * * * *

    Dined here early on a Saturday night and although the place was busy the service was friendly, courteous and attentive. Two of our party ordered the fish and chips and they thoroughly enjoyed it. A great place for a casual relaxed meal with friends or family.


    29th November 2010

  2. The General Practitioner

    * * *

    Always really busy, great atmosphere and delicious food.


    1st September 2010

  3. The General Practitioner

    * * *

    This bar is unpretentious in service. The restaurant is busy cosy and serviced well. The food is amazing. I was surprised by the food and selection since it is not food one finds in a brewery establishment. The menu is priced reasonably. The wine list is expansive and is let down by the staff's lack of knowledge of the wines. I suspect there was limited thought given to the marriage of wine with food. However this should not detract, and if you are familiar with the wine then you can make your own informed choice. Having said that there is an emphasis on brewery ales and staff knowledge is formidable. I give this establishment a 3 star based on its exceptional food, good service and stylish but comfortable setting. Its only negative is that it is colored by its brewery connections which makes this establishment appear as a pub bar rather than a restaurant with bar facilities.


    30th August 2010

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