Hazel Food Market
(Greenlyn Village Sentrum, Mackenzie and Thomas Edison Street, Menlo Park, Pretoria, South Africa)
Hazel Food Market
Discover a fabulous food market in the heart of Pretoria’s old East – Menlo Park. Hazel Food Market takes place every Saturday morning and has more than 60 food stalls.
Latest Press Release - July and August 2012 Events
We are pleased to announce that two European countries will be showcasing their traditional food at the market during July and August. The Germany Embassy will visit us on 14 July 2012
and will be selling Eisbein and Sauerkraut, Thueringer Bratwurst & German Mustard. The Swiss Embassy’s visit will be on 11 August 2012
they will sell Zuercher geschnetzeltes and rice as well as having a chocolate fondue.
Traditional South African dishes are also available every Saturday like Roosterkoeke, Koeksisters, Pap & Kaiings as well as Sosaties. Our local baker, Cassien Enslin, supplies us with freshly baked sourdough bread baked in a food fired oven. Philipp Exter of Just Coffee serves freshly roasted coffee as well as coffee beans. There is also a variety of stalls selling cheeses (cow and goat milk), fresh fruit and vegetables as well as exotic products like dim sum, lumpia and meat croquettes.
Greenlyn Village Sentrum, H/v Mackenzie en Thomas Edison Str, Menlo Park.
For more information:
Retha van Hoven on 083 554 5636
www.hazelfoodmarket.co.zaPrevious Press Release
For breakfast you can try Hildegardt’s freshly baked “Roosterkoek” vir snoek and apricot jam, or Gerard, our Swiss Chef’s Rosti with salm and egg. For lunch you can have a lamb pita from Lambitious or from Panini ‘n Panini made with matured rump and onion marmelade. There are even a few traditional South African dishes available like “Pap & Kaiings”, “koeksisters” and even Sosaties.
Our local baker, Cassien Enslin, supplies us with freshly baked sourdough bread baked in a food fired oven. With freshly roasted coffee from Philipp Exter of Just Coffee you can’t start your morning on a better note. There is also a variety of stalls selling cheeses (cow and goat milk), fresh fruit and vegetables as well as exotic products like dim sum, lumpia and meat croquettes.
There is enough to keep the little ones busy with a jumping castle and two jungle gyms. Bring a blanket and have a picnic under the trees. There is also lots of safe parking available.