Sometimes all you need is something a little fun, fast and indulgent.
The very excellent Patti’s and Cream food truck folks have made a permanent home for the hand-made ice cream half of their business in the thriving suburb of Mornington. It's helping create a new foodie hot spot in the Grid Coffee Roasters building. The delicious handmade taste of Patti’s and Cream’s superb icy treats are moving in. The chilled-out food truck will still supply icecream and delicious burgers all over the show.
174 Eglinton Road
You can’t go wrong with a decent burger and the team at Good Good are the masters. Another awesome addition to the Warehouse Precinct, this funky eatery channels the food truck vibe into an indoor space where a retro caravan/burger servery takes pride of place. It goes without saying that the burgers are good but the sides are not to be underestimated either.
22 Vogel Street
A long time Dunedin favourite. Handcrafted burgers with super fresh ingredients. Double-up, triple-up, ReBurger serves up happiness by the handful with their mouthwatering, Re:Diculous burgers.
36 Albany Street, North Dunedin & 3 Factory Road, Mosgiel
Starting out at the Otago Farmers Market selling heavenly sweet treats from a vintage caravan, the Tart Tin is legendary for its delicious wares which regularly sell out in record time. Proprietor Matt Cross has set up shop in the trendy Terminus building within the Warehouse Precinct, so that fans can get their tart fix every Wednesday as well.
42 Queens Gardens
Hot out of the cooker – this sparkly new branch of Mama’s Donuts has arisen in Vogel Street and often has a queue out the door during its Thursday to Saturday open hours. Delicious donuts made the old-school way – by hand and with a whole lot of love. They simply fly off the shelves.
22 Vogel Street
Legendary purveyors of ice-cream for over 30 years, the Rob Roy Dairy is Dunedin's destination dairy for all things cool and creamy. With a mind-boggling selection of frozen deserts, shakes and smoothies, every day is a good day to indulge.
500 George Street