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Welcome to Bellamys, the historic catering provider for the New Zealand Parliament.

Our story began in 1773 at Westminster, the UK House of Parliament when John Bellamy, the Deputy Housekeeper at Westminster, attempted to provide catering arrangements for Members of Parliament, creating "Bellamy's" in Britain.

When New Zealand's first Members of Parliament were elected, they too needed a place to eat and drink, just like the 'Bellamy's' in Britain. Thus, the name 'Bellamys' stuck. Although the name no longer exists in the UK, it still survives in the New Zealand Parliament, where we have been providing food and refreshments since 1854.

Today Bellamys and Wellington culinary icon Logan Brown restaurant have combined forces to continue to provide premium New Zealand cuisine, with the restaurant open to everyone.

We are proud to have retained our Cuisine Good Food Hat for 2023/2024

Leading the kitchen is Head Chef, Joshua Ross, and Sous Chef Antoine Collet.

Both are passionate about good food.  

Josh a Wellingtonian, trained at the local Le Cordon Bleu cookery and worked his way up through Logan Brown.

Antoine from Normandy trained in France and has since worked his way around the world before settling in New Zealand.

Josh and Antoine, along with the Bellamys team, are proud and grateful for the opportunity to be able to cook and serve great New Zealand food in the Beehive to the varied array of guests that come through.









Logan Brown co-owners Steve Logan and Shaun Clouston are proud to share all that they love about New Zealand hospitality and cuisine with our Nation's Leaders, and those visiting Parliament.







Kapil Chauhan and Manmeet Singh, the restaurant managers at Bellamys by Logan Brown, bring their expertise and genuine Kiwi warmth to create an exceptional dining experience.  
With backgrounds in the hotel industry, their passion and commitment to customer satisfaction make Bellamys by Logan Brown a must-visit destination for fine dining and authentic Kiwi hospitality.