Good Food Guide - - Dunedin -

A friendly neigh­bour­hood bistro open for early break­fast un­til late din­ner, No 7 Balmac man­ages to be ev­ery­thing to ev­ery­one with great aplomb. Chef Billy Al­lan’s sea­sonal menu is based on lo­cal in­gre­di­ents, in­clud­ing pro­duce from the restaurant’s own gar­den, cooked on an open ap­ple­wood fire. Highly rec­om­mended for its range of tex­tures and spices is the spicerubbed beef with al­mond­tahini hum­mus, sourdough pan­cake, toasted cau­li­flower tabouli and crispy onions. For an in­no­va­tive gluten-free and ve­gan op­tion, try the wood-grilled cau­li­flower with field mush­rooms, bean mash, sun­flower seed pesto and oily green driz­zle. And don’t miss the rich, unc­tu­ous, bittersweet Cuban cheese­cake. There’s an in­ter­est­ing wine list with both iconic and un­usual wines, most avail­able by the glass.

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