Dunedin has a great range of cafés, restaurants and local food products. ... Delight your taste buds by creating your own culinary adventure through Dunedin’s vibrant café scene... Check out this online guide to vegan-friendly cafes, restaurants, and takeaways in Dunedin.
Our ethos is simple - everything we sell, we make! Use local producers where ever possible, always seasonal. And we all have a passion for making your day extra special.
Wholesome real food with flavour made with love! We offer twists on classic dishes through to a 100% plant section on our menu. All tastes amazing!
We cook everything on our menu to order and we make all of our scones, muffins, slices, desserts, and take-away food in house. It might take a little bit longer, but we think it’s worth it. We proudly serve local free-range eggs.
We are happy to accommodate many dietary restrictions and have gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan dishes available.
The Lone Star in George Street brings another dimension to dining out in Dunedin - handily located to the University of Dunedin, the Forsyth Barr Stadium and a plethora of motel / hotel accommodation we have the offering to fulfill your entire evening – We are very much looking forward to hosting your visit.
Once upon a time, Joe's Garage could be found in the old Post Office sorting room come “garage” in downtown Queenstown.
Nowadays we’re in all the best spots around NZ. Wherever you find us, Joe’s Garage is a place everybody can come to any time of day and have fun, catch up with friends, enjoy fantastic food and drink.
Whatever brings you here, there’s a great time waiting.
The Bog began its legendary history as the home of the Irish in Christchurch in February 2000
at 82 Cashel Street on the site of the Fail’s Café; New Zealand’s oldest and much-loved seafood
restaurant. The Bog quickly became the place known for its live traditional Irish music, hearty
food and the best Guinness and Kilkenny in town!