Otago Farmers Market
Saturday8:00 am – 12:30 pm.
1 Anzac Avenue
Whether you are five or 50, the Otago Farmers Market has something for everyone. Rain or shine, wind or hail, the friendly market vendors are always enthusiastic and willing to have a yarn and provide a taste test of all the delicious food that they have to offer. Flowers, vegetables, fruit, herbs, cheese, pastry, pies or recipes, this market has it all.
There is always a bustle around the most popular stalls. In winter, line up while you salivate over the smells coming from the Bacon Buttie Man’s van. Down the opposite end, nestled in the cultural corner is ‘La Crepe’ where you can parlez le Français to your hearts content with the friendly French crepe-makers.
The early birds are in for a treat with the Peasant Bakery which is inside the train station and which has a startling collection of breads, pastries, tarts and macaroons. You will have to be quick though, as these goodies are impatient and don’t hang around for long.
Words by Abigail Egden & Photography by Merlissa Leslie
1 Anzac Avenue
Near Otago Farmers Market
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