Best New Zealand restaurants nearby. Discover the best New Zealand food in Dunedin. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for New Zealand restaurants near you.. Rare yellow-eyed penguins, fur seals and the world's only mainland albatross colony share residence in Dunedin, New Zealand's oldest city. When you're not watching wildlife, this South Island Otago Coast town also boasts impressive historic architecture from its days as a gold-rush mecca. Visit the 1906 Flemish Renaissance railway station or the country's largest center of higher learning, which resembles Glasgow University, thanks to the area's early Scottish settlers.
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4 based on 310 reviews
A feature for me was the greeting and welcome from our waitress. Impressive service. For lunch, we had an entree of seafood platter. Quite lovely and not too much. A taste sensation. I had fish of the day for my mains. Disappointed. The fish of the day was Monk fish. Meant to be pan-fried but tasted like it had been steamed. Vegetables were the highlight of the plate and roasted potatoes which were overdone but there were no flavours. Fairly basic I thought. Needs a bit of creativity with this dish. Family members ordered fish cakes and they were scummy with sauces. They were delicious and I wished I had ordered that. I watched them eat their dish with envy. Still it was a great place to visit
4 based on 343 reviews
Dunedin's coolest destination Cafe in the heart of the historic Warehouse Precinct. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 7.30 am - 3 pm, Saturday 8.30 am - 4 pm, Sunday 8.30 am - 4 pm.
Visited here on a rainy Dunedin morning. The fire was lit and there was a nice ambiance. The place is quite eclectic in it's decor but welcoming. The coffee was great as were our meals - eggs benedict with bacon and mushrooms with rocket, parmesan and thyme butter. The portions were generous and the flavours really good. They also have cabinet food including muffins and huge scones and offer wood fire pizzas in the evening. Would definitely recommend - the meals came out promptly and the service was good
4 based on 271 reviews
I came upon this delightful cafe while out for an early morning walk near the university, on a visit to Dunedin. It has a charming, bright interior and great decor with plenty of comfortable seating. Staff are welcoming and attentive. There is an excellent range of delectable cabinet options, utilising mainly organic foods where possible, and caters very well for those with GF, LF or other specific dietary requirements. The menu offers a superb range of choices to appeal to most palates. The fair trade coffee has excellent flavour and is prepared by a skilled barista.
4 based on 323 reviews
Dunedin's best kept secret eatery! We a have strong focus on sustainability, have small batch beers on tap, and a wine list of organic and biodynamic local wines. Delicious carefully prepared delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner available 7 days and 6 ni
Very nice place with a warm atmosphere. Mashroom soup of the day was very good . Fish of the day was Salmon which was just excellent.
4 based on 263 reviews
What a fabulous experience from the moment we sat down. Staff were professional and knowledgeable. The prawn cocktail was exceptional as was tge tuna tataki but it was the blue cod tgat won me over completely. Cooked to perfection as was the steak. No complaints or criticisms. Bookings are probably a must.
4 based on 414 reviews
Established in 1932 the Best Cafe is a Dunedin icon. It has been through World War II and the Great Depression and has changed very little over the last 85 years it has been trading. I am very lucky to be running a restaurant that was originally started b
Got a dozen oysters, fries and coleslaw plus coke for $53. Also served with a slice of bread and butter and homemade. Tartare sauce. The oysters were ok, not juicy but ok. The oysters and fries were quite dry. The housemade coleslaw was oniony. The tartare sauce a bit bland. The oysters are $49.50 per dozen or $29 a half dozen. The place is bright and clean. The service is top notch.
4 based on 538 reviews
This delightful cafe restaurant is a worthwhile destination for a pleasant 1/2 hour harbourside drive from central city in Dunedin to Portobello. It has elegant interior decor and ample indoor seating with options for outdoor dining when weather prevails. There is a very good range of menu options. This establishment is licenced and also offers a good selection of beverages. My wife enjoyed her French tarragon and pea soup while I had a most flavoursome thick seafood chowder. The service is very good and we found this a most pleasurable place to dine for lunch.
4 based on 497 reviews
This place manages to be both cool and homely at the same time, with lovely bagels and gorgeous homemade cakes, and in one of the nicer parts of town. Very nice.
4 based on 989 reviews
**WINNER NZ CAFE OF THE YEAR 2014/2015** OUR FOOD IS FRESH, MODERN AND INNOVATIVE. We source most of our ingredients locally and also use our neighbours at the Otago Farmers Market, Evansdale Cheese, Cairnmuir Central Otago olive oil & fresh fruit & veget
Ironic is a very convenient, centrally located cafe, that has a good menu, and Thursday to Sunday has gluten free savoury scones on offer. They also do a lovely gluten free berry and coconut cake. The coffee is wonderful, as are the staff. It is located opposite the magnificent historic train station and I would definitely recommend a visit here.
5 based on 242 reviews
Dine in one of New Zealand's most beautiful gardens. Enjoy superb cuisine created with fresh local produce from artisan suppliers and imaginatively crafted by an award winning chef. Glenfalloch's menus change regularly to showcase the best of Otago's seas
What a find this place was. 38 acres of beautiful gardens with a delightful restaurant/cafe. We had the blue cod special and it was melt in the mouth delicious. Service is fast friendly and efficient, gardens are manicured and very colorful and the view over the harbour us spectacular. Thoroughly enjoyed our visitKia ora and thanks for taking the time to write such a lovely review.We really appreciate your fantastic feedback and are so pleased you had such a great experienceâ Glenfalloch Restaurant is a wonderful place and we are very proud of our team. We love delivering superb cuisine created with fresh local produce from artisan suppliers which has been imaginatively crafted by our award winning chef and hosted by our warm, engaging and professional team.We hope you come back soon to enjoy dining in one of New Zealandâs most beautiful gardens. Glenfallochâs menus change regularly to showcase the best of Otagoâs seasonal ingredients and local delicacies. Guests can trust the chef to deliver a superb experience of creative cuisine, they are in very clever hands. Hannes has a Masterâs Degree in Culinary Arts and Kitchen Management from Germany and has worked in five star restaurants both in Germany and New Zealand. Since Hannes and his partner Melanie became business partners of Otago Peninsula Trust for Glenfalloch Restaurant the restaurant has rocketed up the ratings, becoming one of the top places to dine in Dunedin. Hannes describes his style as Fusion Food, experimental but with a solid base; his classical training combines with his fresh thinking and experimenting to create taste explosions with sensational flair. Weâre famous for our âTrust the Chefâ experience which delights guests with surprising two, three or five course degustations.We are open Wednesday to Sundays 9.30am -3.30pm, plus from 5.30pm Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for delicious dinners. Itâs a good idea to book as we are often fully booked with private celebrations.We are grateful for your support. Otago Peninsula Trust purchased Glenfalloch in 1969 to ensure that this splendid garden remained open for everyone to enjoy. Glenfalloch Garden and Restaurant is managed by Hannes Bareiter and Melanie Hartmann in partnership with the Otago Peninsula Trust to keep the gardens open for everyone to enjoy. We really appreciate your contribution.Hope you some back soon for some more delicious cuisine and warm hospitality!All the bestSophie, Marketing Manager, Otago Peninsula Trust EnterprisesPRESERVING AND ENHANCING OTAGO PENINSULA SINCE 1967
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