Otago, Invercargill, and Stewart Island Restaurants

Dunedin has the area's highest concentration of good restaurants. Seafood is a big player, in part because of Dunedin's coastal location but also because of its proximity to Bluff, the home of New Zealand's great delicacy, the Bluff oysters. Many of the least-expensive options are café-like Asian restaurants; these tend to close early, around 9 pm. Locals don't usually dress up or make reservations for anything other than the most exclusive establishments.

Invercargill has a more limited selection of mostly moderately priced restaurants. Stewart Island has a reasonable selection considering its location, but in winter some places limit their hours or close.

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  • 1. Kai Kart

    $ | New Zealand

    Come here for good old-fashioned fish-and-chips wrapped in a newspaper. There isn't an ounce of pretense in this cheerful little place between...Read More

  • 2. Sampan Khmer Satay Noodle House

    $ | Asian

    This no-frills noodle bar is crowded with students and serves yummy, filling, and inexpensive soups. ...Read More

  • 3. Anarkali

    $ | Indian

    Once named Ananda, Anarkali has retained the same chef and still serves the authentic Indian vegetarian thalis (meals made up of several small...Read More

  • 4. Apsara

    $ | Asian

    The Asian community in Dunedin includes a Cambodian enclave, which has spawned a few noodle shops. Inexpensive filling soups are available for...Read More

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