Andrea Burgener's Melville restaurant The Leopard was a Joburg institution.
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When you feel like a home-cooked meal, made by someone else, or need to stock up for a picnic on a perfect day in one of the citys parks, skip the supermarket and support one of Joburg's local delis.
The chocolate croissants and the extensive and well-priced breakfast menu are star attractions while the deli section has a great selection of cheeses, freshly made pastas and sauces, cold meats, salads and other picnic basket or casual meal must-haves.
Delicious, comforting and essential.Hot lunches are served from Tue to Fri, and Mon to Sat there's fresh homemade pizza.Light Meals, price Range: Upper, seating: Unknown, licensed.Traveler rating, excellent 10, very good 7, average 0, poor 0, terrible 0, traveler type, families, couples, solo, business, friends.The comments cannot be assumed to represent the opinions of m, Media24, Internet users in general or the public as a whole.They have daily specials on a chalk board that include pasta, salads, pizza, rolls, and a selection of standards too.Food24 actively encourages restaurant owners to exercise their right to reply.THE leopard kitchen larder CAN.The Leopard's reputation is built on using the finest locally produced ingredients and a focus on sustainability.The owners are champions of slow food and the deli stocks more than 140 cheese varieties, preserves and cured meats produced with care and sourced directly from local farms.You order at the counter; either sit-down or take-away, and then enjoy a Joburg secret, on the second floor of the building, with the supermarket downstairs.
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Super Sconto, on Louis Botha, is two stories of Italian awesomeness.
Time of year, mar-May, jun-Aug, sep-Nov, dec-Feb.Reviewed July 28, 2015, best Italian food and store in Johannesburg.Some things, like pasta and parmesan, should only come from Italy but that doesn't mean you have to travel there to find them.If there's anything you can't find in the store, owner Kirsten Jooste vows to source it for you from anywhere in the world.If you cant wait to get home theres a counter in the store to eat.Plan ahead as the restaurant is often booked out.It's not on any major city route but if you travel for Epicurean delights they have it all including locally-made pestos, whole smoked salmons, French black cherries and exotic teas.Four high tables are squeezed in amongst shelves stacked with Italian imports and there are also three benches oiutside where you can enjoy Caravello's traditional penne pesto or spaghetti carbonara made with guanciale according to time-honoured family recipes.Blogs, join our blogging community.