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Destination guides > Pacific Islands > New Zealand > Otago > Dunedin > Eating & drinking


Eating & drinking

Thanks to the substantial student population, Dunedin has great cheap eats. George Street is packed with cheap Thai, Japanese and Chinese places and funky little cafés. Vegetarians are also well catered for; at Circadian Rhythm Vegan Café (72 St Andrew Street, Dunedin) there is a very good all-you-can-eat buffet. If you are in town on Saturday, be sure to check out the farmers’ market at the railway station, where you can find cheap international food and fresh fruit and veggies. There is New World supermarket (Cumberland Street, Dunedin) in the city centre and a Pak’n Save (86 Hillside Road, Dunedin) just south of town, but for 24 hours of cheap prices in the centre, the Countdown supermarket (309 Cumberland Street, Dunedin) is most backpackers’ preference.

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