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The Speight's Ale House Nelson
$20 for a $40 Food & Beverage Voucher (value $40)
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- Enjoy a selection of your Speight’s Ale House favourites.
- Grab a $40 food and beverage voucher from The Speight's Ale House for just $20.
- Indulge in award-wining beers and excellent wines.
- Experience the legendary southern hospitality that makes New Zealand such an awesome place to live.
- Come in and see what Nelsonians have been enjoying for over a year now!
- Like the ‘Speights Ale House Nelson’ on Facebook (see link bottom-left) today or join the ‘Speight’s Mates’ Club and go in to win a $150 voucher. Do both and you’ll have two entries!
Fine dining throughout the world sometimes throws up some delightful oddities that are just mouthwatering - you can go to Vietnam and drink snake wine; or to Italy and eat maggot-cheese; better yet, you can go to Cambodia to dine on fried tarantulas. Alternatively, if none of these culinary horrors from the rest of the world appeal to your Kiwi palate, you can stay right at home and have a more traditional bite at The Speight's Ale House.
At The Speight's Ale House the only culinary surprise you'll get is rediscovering the deliciousness of a traditional favourite. So grab a $40 food and beverage voucher at The Speight's Ale House and give your palate a pleasant reminder of how good we have it in Nelson.
As the 17th Speight's Ale House in New Zealand, this spot comes as a welcome addition to Nelson's culinary scene. By combining southern hospitality with a comprehensive menu of traditional favourites, The Speight's Ale House offers a dining experience that's both familiar and delectable to its visitors. A wide range of award-winning beer and an extensive wine list has been assembled to keep the adults happy, while kids have an entire section of the menu to themselves. The Speight's Ale House franchise already enjoys a favourable reputation throughout New Zealand, and this new addition simply consolidates the perception Kiwis already have.