Mietta's ReviewIt's a great place, sandwiches, rolls, foccacias, warm daily specials, are available with interesting fillings. There is an extensive array of colourfully packaged pre-cooked provisions ready to take home for dinner, or if your making your own, you can pick up the odd imported ingredient from the shelves lining the walls and window sill; cans of tomatoes, packets of pasta and giant tins of olive oil. The presentation of the alimentation continues in a refrigerated counter, cheeses, pastrami, ham, salami, olives and homemade dips sit waiting to be sliced, spread, put on some bread and gobbled up. Service is friendly and efficient.
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The Age Good Food Under $30 2013 March 16, 2013 "Read full review ...
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The Age Cheap Eats 2011 Score: **
Age Good Food Guide 2011 Recommended Gourmet Cafe,
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Herald Sun Donna Coutts, 27-01-07 "Friendly, low-fuss service. Excellent produce and cafe meals mostly with Italian influences. Prices are very reasonable. It's a terrific neighbourhood food shop."
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The Foodies' Guide 2004,Allan Campion & Michele Curtis,'If only every suburb had a Brunswick Street Alimentari-a classic deli with an impressive line-up of all the goods you wish you always had on hand at home.The shelves read like a who's who of food producers:Mount zero,Real Good Food,Valley Produce Company,Cunliffe & Waters,Enoteco Sileno,and the list goes on.What's really nice is how the shop is laid out...You can just sit and enjoy a coffee-now that's a real deli!'
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