New Zealand-influenced restaurant Dunedin North Park has just released its new late-summer menu, which now includes traditional New Zealand meat pies, a common staple in the country and highly sought after by Kiwi expats living in the US as a comfort food reminding them of home.
Dunedin has also started serving brunch on weekdays. The new lunch menu introduces some of its most popular featured dishes from the existing weekend brunch, such as the favored house quiche, croissant sandwich and the chicken biscuit (friend chicken with Dunedin’s signature biscuits and gravy) which is now available Monday – Thursday from 11:30am to 2pm and Fridays 11am to 2pm.
Other new featured lunch and dinner menu items include a pork bahn mi sandwich, sautéed salmon with quinoa and grilled vegges, and a “limited engagement: a burger special created by the chef that changes each month. For August it’s a blackened shrimp, with onion strings, house tartar sauce, spicy coleslaw served on a fresh Italian roll.
Dunedin is the latest New Zealand-inspired restaurant part of the local Kiwi-family of restaurants that includes Queenstown Public House in Little Italy, Raglan Public House in Ocean Beach, and the group’s first establishment, Bare Back Grill in Pacific Beach. Like each of the restaurants, Dunedin welcomes all members of the family, including pets. The menu features organic grass-fed burgers and sandwiches as well as dishes popular in New Zealand, including lamb, steak, and seafood. You’ll also find an eclectic selection of wines from around the world and an excellent rotating selection of craft beers on tap.
Dunedin is located at 3501 30th Avenue in the thriving neighborhood of North Park and is open Monday through Thursday from 11:30am to 11:00pm, Friday 11:00am to 11pm, Saturday 9:00am to 12:00am, and Sunday 9:00am to 11:00pm.