We have had a very long morning.
Kate is only working a half day so Grace and I entertained ourselves at the Otago Museum before meeting her for lunch. Now this is entirely non-food related, but the museum's butterfly exhibit is amazing! They are allowed to fly freely within the enclosure so you can touch them and I was deathly scared of accidentally stepping on one. This is a permanent exhibit and I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Dunedin.
|Monarchs and some other butterflies at the feeding station|
|Menu at the Museum Cafe|
After we sanitised our hands, we met Kate downstairs for lunch at the museum cafe. Again, Grace and I were surprised at the very reasonable prices (especially at a museum). She ordered corn fritters, Kate ordered a smoked chicken panini and I got kumara hashcake with bacon and a bowl of fries to share.
|Grace's Corn Fritters ($12)|
|Kumara Hashcakes with Bacon ($12)|
|My meal with the addition of maple syrup|
|Smoked Chicken Panini ($8.50)|
|Fries with Aoli and Tomato Sauce ($7.70)|
Verdict? Quite average. Not too bad for an afternoon lunch -but ask for your salad on the side, not this weird "undersalad" business