Pravda translates to mean “The Truth”. And nothing could be more honest about Wellington’s coffee culture than this cafe, bar and bistro.
Set in the heart of the city amongst the hustle and bustle of share traders, commuters and visitors to the Lambton shopping precinct, Pravda is located in an elegant building with towering vaulted ceilings and hanging chandeliers of crystal.
The menu includes classic European dishes as you would expect of a busy modern bistro. Pravda is home to Wellington’s Immigrant’s Son Coffee brand.
Pravda combines the simplicity of an Italian café with marble topped tables and warming tones of dark wood panelling in the bar where Lenin’s bust watches over proceedings, to the relaxed informal dining of its banquette dining room.
Pravda is set amongst the sights and sounds of a capital city but still provides some respite from the intrusions of modern a world with the charm of a bygone era.
Pravda as the name implies offers the honest simplicity of bistro food, freshly roasted coffee, wines of the world and the welcome of an old friend.