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Logan Brown Restaurant and Bar

5 review(s) found
192 Cuba Street
Te Aro, Wellington 6011
New Zealand

Phone : (04) 801 5114
Fax : (04) 801 9776
About Logan Brown Restaurant and Bar
Everything you would expect from a leading fine dining restaurant except the pretension. Owners Logan and Brown believe having high standards doesn't mean their restaurant has to be formal.The dining room and bar are situated in a spectacular 1920s banking chamber that's been renovated using contemporary style and flair with an emphasis on comfort.The food concept is about honesty and simplicity with a balance of taste and textures without muddling the flavours. Plate presentation is important, but the real focus is on cooking correctly and creating dishes that eat well.The style of service is warm and friendly with an emphasis on accuracy and product knowledge and an understanding that service needs to be tailored to individual diners' needs.Logan Brown is set in a beautifully restored 1920s banking chamber. Renovated with comfort, style and ambient lighting, Logan Brown Restaurant and Bar sets the scene for an enjoyable dining experience.Seating up to 80 people, the restaurant also has an upstairs Private Dining Room for up to twelve people.OUR FOODThe style of our food is contemporary, yet based on classic cooking techniques, using the finest New Zealand ingredients.OUR SERVICEOwners Steve Logan and Al Brown believe restaurants don't need to be formal to serve fine food. They prefer a warm and friendly style of service that is well informed, and sensitive to the individual diner's requirements.Through regular front-of-house staff menu tastings, each wait person is able to accurately and personally describe the flavours and textures of each dish.
reviewed by on 17/11/2013
Lovely place, lovely people, lovely food. Take your time and enjoy a wonderful night out.
reviewed by on 9/11/2013
Great service and great setting. The food was quite good, my only gripe would be that the set menu dinner time is only 1730 - 1930 which is a bit early for me. Would love to try the degustation menu one day.
reviewed by on 15/09/2013
Degustation menu was great ... Recommended
reviewed by on 10/09/2013
This must be the most over-rated restaurant in Wellington. I went to Logan Brown on Fathers Day with the family and it was buy far the worst dining experience I've ever had. First off, the service was terrible, the waiter was very clumsy and kept dropping things all night and his body language was saying that he did not want to be at work. If you don't want to work, stay at home home or find another job where you will be happy. The food was very very average, if you're wondering about flavor...what flavor? there was barely anything on our plates to taste! I know it's A La carte but seriously...if you're going to pay a premium price at least put some decent sized portions of food on our plate. On that note if i did taste anything it was very bland. I would not recommend Logan Brown to anyone, not even my worst enemy. You'd be better off going to The White House or SOI, where they actually put something on your plate that you can taste and also somewhere where they serve you with a smile. Thanks for nothing Logan Brown =)
reviewed by on 21/08/2013
We went to the Wellington on a Plate event with the food and wine match last night. What a fabulous event. Steve was welcoming at the door and said we would start with a few glasses of the bubbles with oysters and tua tua fritters. Sean was shucking oysters and making it look easy. They both gave an enlightening talk on the food and wine that was to follow. The food was absolutely brilliant, thanks Sean. The wine to match was superb, What a great evening, Thanks guys.