I spent few nights in Wellington, New Zealand and the weather was really windy for my taste. Wellington was just in time for a starting summer, but it felt like fall near harbours of Portland (Oregon) or Sydney, Australia.
101 Courtney Place
In Wellington, New Zealand, I went to Burger Fuel twice: once for the vegan v8 burger, fries and a 5 NZD lime soy milkshake, second for the sweet potato fries with ketchup.
I’m glad that Burger Fuel offered a vegan option for a burger and it was pretty expensive though: 9.40 NZD = 7.50 USD. The vegan burger was in fact huge, and fun to look at, but the filling was disappointing (imagine eating a slab of soft patty and lettuces/tomatoes). The staff claimed that relish wasn’t vegan according to the menu I was reading, so we followed up with him, because it has to be vegan regardless. I wish they could take a closer look at the menu and check the ingredients for a V8 vegan burger again. It would be great if it has pickles or condiments such as vegan mayo or vegan-made cheese sauce. The patty itself was interesting, but I wasn’t a fan of olives. I felt like it needed something more.
The spud potato fries were amazing, wished I had more of them, but of course you need to purchase a ketchup cup for 0.50 NZD. I didn’t like the sweet potato fries. No flavour, a bit mushy, of course if you are out of a paid ketchup cup. I think I prefer the regular potato fries, they weren’t too bad