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Everyday Gourmet

Every day there's gourmet

Everyday Gourmet2 Everyday Gourmet lives up to its name every day. It's in the main street of Dunedin, the city of Robbie Burns, scarifies and students.

This store is packed full of gourmet goodies from here and around the world. Some of them are “the hard to find” ingredients you may have been searching for or you may just want to rest your feet with coffee. And even if the latter, this store is a lovely place to do just that. There’s friendly service and for the food, knowledge and advice is at hand.

The regulars shop there, that’s always a good sign this is a “good” store. The students love the fresh baking and the tourists do too. Supreme coffee is on everyone’s lips at the moment and you won’t be disappointed that this is their coffee bean of choice. Taking home dinner is often a good option too.

The store has that buzzy New York deli feel to it, you’re surrounded by freshly cooked food, products you can browse the shelves for, and a constantly moving vista of people mingling, talking, eating, browsing. They call it the art gallery of food.
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  • Hi there,
    The photo for this page is actually Number 7 Balmac not Everyday Gourmet.

    Posted on 25 February 2014 by Foodie

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