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Emerson's Brewery Technique The Reef Pier 24 Restaurant at Hotel St Clair The coffee machine at Carousel bar Mazagran Cafe - great coffee and b.y.o. food A cheese roll a.k.a. Southern Sushi Two Chefs bistro Haggis, oatcakes and a wee dram

Homegrown

Homegrown
The Homegrown project celebrates the diversity of Dunedin’s extensive artisan food community, featuring the passionate people who make and grow outstanding produce and products, and the city they live in.

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52 Restaurants in 52 Weeks

52 Restaurants in 52 Weeks
Stu is visiting 52 Dunedin establishments over 52 weeks, lifting the lid on the city’s dining establishments and dishing up the kitchen secrets of local chefs.

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Taste Dunedin

Taste Dunedin
There is an abundance of fine food being grown, harvested, made, prepared and served in Dunedin, as well as some fine brown brews being poured.

Learn about the local stories behind many of New Zealand's best known food brands.

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Restaurants

Restaurants

Dunedin restaurants have won national recognition for outstanding food and service. The A-list includes Fleur’s Place (Moeraki), Pier 24 (hotel dining par excellence), Scotia (Scottish-themed), Bacchus (historic surrounds), Two Chefs (French bistro) and Plato (Cuisine Magazine Restaurant of the Year finalist  four years in a row).

The sheer variety of dining options will surprise you. Funky or folky, Dunedin’s restaurants offer cuisine styles ranging from New Zealand contemporary to Japanese, Italian and Thai. Oysters, vinyl tablecloths and thinly sliced white bread are still served up at Stuart Street’s iconic Best Cafe.

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Cafes

Cafes

Delight your taste buds by creating your own culinary adventure through Dunedin’s vibrant café scene. The sheer variety of delectable options will surprise you, with food choices ranging from strictly vegetarian and gluten-free to authentic international flavours and traditional carnivorous fare – and everything in-between.

Coffee lovers are well catered for in Dunedin. Tables line the city’s Octagon and Esplanade, while the aroma of freshly roasted beans tempts one down alleyways and side streets.

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Bars & Bistro

Bars & Bistro
Explore Dunedin’s curious, delectable and beautiful restaurants and bars.

The vibrant cuisine scene is a delight to explore, featuring funky or folky tastes, Dunedin’s restaurants offer cuisine styles ranging from New Zealand contemporary to Japanese, Italian, Thai and so many more. Relax and enjoy Dunedin’s smorgasbord of night time venues, check out the bohemian little pubs proudly serving Dunedin’s finest ales, chic cocktail lounges with all the extras and groovy retro bars with an exotic vibe.

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Pubs

Pubs

Southerners love their pub grub. Cosy establishments like The Bog and the Speight's Ale House offer hearty fare, ranging from snacks and stews to traditional roast meals.

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Takeaways

Takeaways

Variety is the key here – ethnic eateries line George and Princes Streets, while suburban fish and chip shops still do a roaring trade (Mosgiel and South Dunedin have the most per hectare). Go Turkish at Paasha or indulge yourself with a Velvet Lady at Dunedin’s very own Velvet Burger.

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Coffee

Coffee

Coffee lovers are well catered for in Dunedin. Tables line the city’s Octagon and Esplanade, while the aroma of freshly roasted beans tempts one down alleyways and side streets. Good coffee has made it to suburbs like Maori Hill and Roslyn, and further afield to Port Chalmers, Middlemarch and Outram.

Those in the know rate The Fix, Strictly Coffee, Diesoline Espresso and Mazagran.

Misers take note: filter coffee can still be enjoyed at Governors!

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Create your own spring adventure in Dunedin


Hotel St Clair - Spring Package


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