Give in to temptation as you browse through individual eatery menus and opening times:
The chefs at Aroha work tirelessly to prepare and serve from a place of Aroha. By cooking with love, respect and empathy, Aroha welcomes customers as they would welcome their own Whānau because they believe everyone deserves health and happiness.
Their never-ending selection of plant-based foods demonstrate that vegan and vegetarian foods are delicious, healthy and somewhat addictive!
It didn’t take long for Bao Boy to become a firm staple at Press Hall. Packed with creative twists and flavours, their steamed Asian buns cover everything from Breaking Bao with bacon and tamagoyaki egg through to Incredibao with pork and Asian slaw.
Let’s not forget the Vegetabao with its crispy tofu and Asian slaw or the always tempting Buddha Bowl.
Located in the mezzanine upstairs, Teppan Hayashi offers traditional Japanese cuisine inspired by local New Zealand produce. Customers can choose from a selection of individual, handmade dishes that change daily.
From fresh sashimi, tempura, grilled fish and wagyu beef, with a sake, Japanese beer or cocktail on the side, you won’t be stuck for choice.
What you find at NAM D is what you would find on the streets of Vietnam. From their specially baked bread to their homemade butter, pâté and pickles for their Bánh Mì or even their restorative Phở soup, the team at NAM D prepare fresh Vietnamese food which bursts with fragrance and flavour.
Yoshi Sushi & Bento uses only the best Japanese ingredients, recipes and textures to create an unforgettable culinary experience. From sushi to bento bowls, ramen to poke bowls there is so much to choose from.
Transform your day with a relaxed Japanese Izakaya style lunch or dinner, or enjoy an afterwork sake, beer, umeshu or wine with a friend.
Looking to add some heat to your next meal? Look no further! With a passion for Mexican food and culture, Mad Mex lets the flavours do all the talking!
From burritos to nachos, tacos to naked burrito salads, your meal will be made fresh and to order.
Tommy Millions is excited to be part of the Press Hall laneway. Its third location in the city, Tommy Millions cooks up the pizzas, sub sandwiches and house-roasted Gentlemen’s Beans Coffee that Wellingtonians already know and love.
At Fratelli the concept is Fresh Italian. It takes bits of the old traditional Italian cooking styles and assembles them with new modern ideas. Exactly how Nonna would have wanted.
To get the full Italian experience, eat your lunch or supper al fresco in the Press Hall laneway alongside an irresistible glass of wine, bubbles or beer.
The LΔB serves an irresistible spread of nutritious and decadent breakfast and lunch options that reaffirm why Wellington is so often called the capital café of New Zealand.
With an ambition to create, feed and inspire hungry Wellingtonians with fresh and seasonal produce, you’ll discover excellence at every turn – especially when it comes to their cold pressed juices.
Cake Society is one of Wellington's top boutique patisseries, known for their beautifully handcrafted celebration cakes and homemade baking.
Those without a sweet tooth won’t miss out, either! You can sit down and enjoy a range of savoury lunchtime delights – from sandwiches to wraps, or even just a simple coffee. Yum!
You've been asking for it, Wellingtonians! Dimitri & Lisa bring popular, authentic Greek food to the Wellington CBD with their sought-after range of delicious souvlaki and handcrafted pita bread for that perfect lunchtime fix.
Looking for a gluten free option? You’ve come to the right place! Souvlaki’s hand-crafted gluten free pita bread has been described as the best in town!
Don’t miss out on Press Hall’s latest addition: the Amador wine bar. Towering over the Press Hall laneway, with its very own mezzanine overlooking Willis St below, this is the perfect place to watch the world go by.
Whether you choose a coffee in the morning or enjoy a glass of wine or beer later in the day - you won’t be disappointed.