The Hill Cafe and Bar is situated in a historic building known for many years as "The Shiel Hill Tavern".
Open for Brunch, Lunch and Dinner, Tuesday to Sunday, The Hill cafe and bar is an all day affair.
With a restaurant capacity of up to 100 people there is no shortage of space but it does pay to book.
The menu is based around local and seasonal food, showcasing the very best of Otago and Southland meat, fish and produce.
The captivating panoramic view of Dunedin’s coastline makes The Hill the ultimate Dunedin dining experience.
The Hill is also available for private functions so enquire today.
Features: Licensed, Romantic, Great View, Wheelchair Accessible
140 Highcliff RdShiel Hill
Steakhouse with unlimited Salad Bar.At Huntsman Steakhouse, we only use export grade meats from Silver Fern Farms.All main menu meals come with unlimited baked potatoes (just ask for more!) PLUS unlimited all-you-can-eat Salad Bar selection (except blackboard specials as listed, and late evening meals after 9pm*).
The Huntsman has been cooking the best steaks in Dunedin for over 40 years.
Please note - we tend to undercook rather than overcook our steaks - please refer to our cooking guide***If your steak is not cooked to your total satisfaction PLEASE TELL US AT THE TIME - we will fix it!!*** You are our customer - we expect to meet your requirements.
Steak is unashamedly the star at Huntsman Steakhouse... with the salad Bar the support act. Our aim is to provide the highest export-quality steak, cooked to your absolute perfection!
The Salad Bar usually includes a range of 8 traditional-style salads, such as curried egg, coleslaw, green salad, kumara or pasta, potato, banana, marinated red cabbage, and carrot along with sides such as beetroot, pickled onions, gherkins and green olives.
*After 9pm, instead of the all-you-can-eat Salad Bar, you will get a green salad and coleslaw on your plate and a choice of chips or potatoes.
All meat is halal.Bartercard welcomed.
Features: Licensed, BYO, Wheelchair Accessible
311 George StNext to Yaks'n'Yetis, Dowsons Shoes, Bob Shepherd MenswearDunedin Central
DELICIOUS, AUTHENTIC, HEALTHY TASTE OF KOREA IN A FRIENDLY & WARM ENVIRONMENT
Korea House has been in business and locally owned since 1997 serving quality food at honest prices. Very little has changed since establishment - the chefs, location and owners remain the same.
Located opposite Knox Church we have seating arrangements with a great window-side view as well as fireplace seating for those cold Dunedin winters. The upstairs location is great for escape from the busy main street (George Street) and perfect for you to enjoy the taste of authentic Korean food in a cosy atmosphere.
We provide a wide range of delicious, authentic, healthy meals for the whole family and some with extra spices for those who are daring. We use all the spices and sauces that Korean cuisine is well known for, as a result, much of our Korean dishes are intensely flavoured, savoury, and bold.
House provides you with a range of dishes from:- Entrées- Lunch Specials- Today's Specials- Dinner meals
We have a diverse range of menus to fit "almost" everyone's taste buds!
From "exotically" spicy dishes for those that are fans of the spices - To mild dishes that even children can enjoy.
Come and see our diverse range of meals--"It was my first time having Korean food and I absolutely loved it here, one of the best experiences I had eating out."Phil W. - Dunedin business owner--We are open for lunch and dinner located upstairs on the main street of Dunedin, George Street, across the road from Knox Church.Walking distance from city central.
Features: Licensed, BYO
450 George StDunedin Central
Rentons Restaurant offers generous portions and fantastic flavours. cheers mosgiel
Features: Licensed, Romantic, Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Dining
160 Gordon RdIn Crofters PubMosgiel
Being NZ's most iconic dish, Fish Hook takes a new approach to revive the reputation of fush and chups as we know it.
Fish Hook is locally owned by a 'fishing family' who provide the best quality, fresh fish caught locally from our southern coast by their own boat.Fish Hook puts a slight spin on the original 'fish and chips' giving you the option of a Classic beer batter, crumbed coating or grilled fish (for those looking for a healthy or gluten free option).
If you want to get a bit fancy or try something different there's also calamari rings, sweet chilli prawn skewers or salt n pepper squid to name a few of your options....
And if you need something to quench your thurst...Mac's Gold and Speights on tap plus a huge range of other beers, wines and non alcoholic beverages.
Take away or enjoy your fresh fish and chips in a friendly atmosphere at Fish Hook.
"We Catch It, We Cook It!"
424 George StDunedin Central
Capers is renowned for its famous Gourmet Pancakes, and being Dunedin's iconic breakfast restaurant, proudly serving New Zealand's biggest & best coffee - Allpress supremo blend. Our extensive all day breakfast menu has a wide variety of both sweet & savoury dishes that cater for all ages & people. Capers Cafe offer great deals from the entertainment book.A separate new brunch menu which uses fresh local ingredients and chefs specials are also available.
Large group bookings welcome.
412 George StDunedin North
No 7 Balmac is a neighbourhood eatery in the heart of Dunedin's Maori Hill. Sunny outdoor courtyard and productive Kitchen Garden. The kitchen boasts a wood-fired grill, fired by applewood from Central Otago.Strong emphasis on locally sourced produce and 'from scratch' cooking, lovely freshly baked goods.
Day menu until 3pmDinner from 5pm
Features: Licensed, Great View, Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Dining
7 Balmacewen RdMaori Hill
Miga Korean BBQ and Japanese Restaurant.
Try out something new! Korean BBQ is fun for everyone, marinated meats are brought to the table and grilled by the patrons themselves making for great dinner conversation.
Of course, there are choices for every taste bud. At Miga you are spoiled for choice from a large selection of delicious Korean and Japanese dishes. Sit back and let the exploring begin you can start by tasting a variety of traditional Korean side dishes that accompany every main free of charge.
We look forward to welcoming you for your next dining experience here at Miga.
Features: Licensed, BYO, Romantic, Wheelchair Accessible, Outdoor Dining
4 Hanover Stopposite the MeridianDunedin Central
Carey's Bay Historic Hotel prides itself on serving up succulent, freshly caught fish of the day, for the freshest seafood experience.
Also on the menu you'll find traditional pub dishes such as beer-battered fish & chips, hearty seafood-chowder, fish-pie, and steak & eggs. All this, alongside a variety of adventurous dishes such as Thai seafood curry, pork belly five-spice, lamb shank korma, plus Carey's Bay Hotel's glorious seafood platter.
Large group bookings outside standard dining hours are welcome.Plus extensive blackboard bar menu is on from 3pm til close, 7 days.
This gorgeous venue dates back to 1874, and provides plenty of cosy corners, with open-fires to warm your toes, plus lovely views across the bay.
'The Conservatory' provides covered, heated pseudo-al-fresco dining in winter, or a sunny and open outdoor space during summer-time, as does 'The Courtyard' area. You'll find a perfect spot for a romantic candle-lit meal, or a smart but casual spot for lunch-dining.Other spaces include 'The Snug' & 'The Upstairs Lounge'.The Snug is a classy space providing private dining for up to 14. Comfy leather chairs and gorgeous big table, enhanced by a huge 'picture-window' over Careys Bay; Book personalised service in private Upstairs Lounge for stunning views down the harbour. Suits couples or groups of up to 20 diners. $50 fee.
Features: Licensed, Romantic, Great View, Outdoor Dining
17 Macandrew RdCareys Bay
Sample the delicious gourmet pizzas in this relaxed and quirky New York styled bar. At Filadelfio's Restaurant & Bar, located at the start of North East Valley, you can also enjoy the excellent wines and ales on offer. Filadelfio's aims to make anyone feel at home, from the quirky student population of down-south, to the warm family atmosphere.
In true Kiwi entrepreneurial style, the founder of Filadelfio's set up the business in 1995 after enjoying this style of eatery on a trip to New York. Current owners Logan and Jo Beck have been enjoying the ever-growing business since 1998. (Franchises have been set up in Christchurch in 2002, Dunedin at the Terminus in May 2004, and Oamaru in July 2006.)
5 North RdThe Gardens CornerNorth East Valley
The best thing about the short walk along the main street, is the fact that it can take an afternoon to chat to all the people that you know along the way! ..Dunedin is the friendliest little city in the world!
We have been spoilt this past week. Ground swell after ground swell rising from playful to testing and back again.
Our last visit in the 52 Restaurants in 52 weeks project has found the freshest and tastiest Japanese and Korean food you will find anywhere! The new Miga Restaurant, specialises in Korean BBQ and Japanese food.
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