New in Braamfontein: Daleahs. And a cool tattoo.

There are two things I am rather fond of, Braamfontein, and visiting new eateries. Daleahs is in Braamfontein. And they are rather new. Bingo!

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We visited Daleahs one famished Saturday morning. Owned by Daleah Arvanitis, it is one of the new residents of 6 De Beer street, a charming, very green (as in paint colour), Victorian Building, down the street from the Neighbourgoods Market.

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Daleahs is rather pretty on the inside: with the exposed red brick walls, high ceilings, and whimsical illustrations that adorn the walls, it has a very Williamsburg, New York-like feel.

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 Now let's talk food. I had flap jacks/pancakes with bacon and egg. It also came with some berry compote, but I am not a fan of those. The bacon was super crispy and the egg perfect. The flap jacks was a bit flat and chewy. Jaco had fillet skewers with rosemary salt chips, which was beautiful.

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I'd like to visit Daleahs again, sit in the courtyard, and try the Greek coffee.

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Living wall in the courtyard 

Oh, and before we left, I asked the waiter guy if I could take a picture of his tattoo, which was peaking out of his shirt. I gladly obliged, hiehie. I later found out that he is a friend of a friend. You are known your tattoos, it seems.
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Go check out Daleahs. I'm sure there will be something there that you'll love.

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Coke or Pepsi


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