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The Bread Basket was one of the first delis in Johannesburg and this Sandton City incarnation also offers a sit-down menu of light meals. Build your own takeaway sandwich with a choice of tempting deli ingredients or sit down to enjoy breakfast or a light lunch surrounded by the aroma of fresh croissants and breads.
The stacked halloumi hash brown, with its hash brown patties and batons of lightly fried halloumi drenched in tomato salsa and pesto and topped with a poached egg, makes a filling breakfast.
For lunch, try hearty soups served with baguette slices or one of the creative new dishes such as roast beef slices on grilled hummus flatbread garnished with cheeses, sun-dried tomatoes and wild rocket, or beef and lentil bunny chow served, of course, in a bread bowl, accompanied by chutney and yoghurt salsa.
For dessert, go Greek with a crisp phyllo triangle of baklava drenched in nuts and syrup. Or take home a box of melt-in-the mouth almond shortbread kourabiedes.
Kids will love the designer milkshakes in flavours such as peanut butter and Oreo or peaches and cream. The coffee is from Illy, or choose from hot chocolates, fruit smoothies, non-diary fruit crushes and homestyle lemonades.
Attentive and friendly. The lunchtime rush does slow it down, but a nifty gadget on each table lets you call a waiter, order up the bill or ask to see the manager.
Bottles of Italian olive oil and Spanish balsamic vinegar are found atop each table inside the deli, where you sit amid the tempting shelves of bread and pastries and glass-front counters. Balcony seats overlook one of the mall’s busy thoroughfares.
A buzzing coffee break, a convenient lunch for shoppers of all ages, or casual business meetings. Also a lifesaver for office managers in need of quality catering platters or pastries.
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