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Wellington restaurants with no surcharge over Easter

Planning to go out for a meal over Easter but don’t want to pay an extra 15 per cent for the privilege?

Fret not, the Menus team has done a bit of research and we’ve come up with a list of places in Wellington where you can eat and drink this Easter, safe in the knowledge that you won’t have to pay one of those pesky surcharges.

Shed 5, Queens Wharf

Not only will Shed 5 be trading as usual over the Easter period but it won’t be imposing any surcharges on its customers for the privilege. With a large bar and lounge area, Shed 5 caters for everything from pre-dinner drinks, through to dining and dancing – check out its Bluff oysters special if they still have any in stock.

Chameleon, Grey Street

At Chameleon restaurant on Wellington’s Grey Street you’ll be able to dine in splendour, comfortable in the knowledge that there will be no surcharge on Easter or ANZAC Day. It’s open for breakfast from 6.30 to 10.30am, lunch from midday until 2pm and from 5.30pm for dinner. The lobby lounge will be open as usual.

Pan de Muerto, Tory Street

This funky restaurant in central Wellington will be trading as usual, producing vibrant and tasty Mexican food without an Easter surcharge. Pan de Muerto’s cocktails come highly recommended and it’ll be open on ANZAC Day, too.

Pravda, Customhouse Quay

Pravda boasts elegant bistro dining in the heart of central Wellington. The food is excellent, the atmosphere is great and we think it's good news that there will be no surcharge this Easter.

The Tasting Room, Courtenay Place

With its Courtenay Place location, The Tasting Room is a great central spot to meet friends coming from different parts of the capital. If you’ve got a big appetite or you’re inclined to share, you might like to try the Beef Wellington, which was listed by Lonely Planet as one of its top 10 eating experiences in the city.

The General Practitioner, Willis Street

The General Practitioner will be open throughout Easter – with the exception of Easter Monday, when it will be closed – without a surcharge. It'll be open on ANZAC Day from 1pm, too, without a special public holiday surcharge.

Monsoon Poon, Blair Street

Monsoon Poon in Wellington will be open through Easter. Drop by and enjoy the best dishes from South China, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia – all on one menu.

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