When it comes to Greek delis in Joburg, you've come to the right place! We've eaten our way through many an eatery to be able to present to you the most curated list on the internet. Ready? Let's begin!

Meze Emporio 

Located in the idyllic St Andrews suburb is a classic Greek delicatessen well worth visiting. Meze Emporio is both a deli and a restaurant, offering patrons a delicious array of Greek dishes to enjoy. Whether you enjoy cooking up a storm, or are more of a restaurant type, Meze Emporio has all you need. This is the perfect place to stock up on creamy Greek cheese, olives, pita bread, dips and frozen snacks. Or, soak up some sunshine out on their patio while enjoying a strong cup of Greek coffee accompanied by friendly conversation from the regulars. You'll feel transported straight to the motherland!

Details: 011 453 8761 | 17 Chaucer Avenue, St Andrews, Bedfordview, Johannesburg.

Olive You 

Olive You is one of the many secret hidden gems of Edenvale. Situated right next door to The Chocolate Den, this Greek deli offers a wide variety of local and imported olives. From the standard green, black and kalamata varieties to gourmet stuffed olives, they have it all! You can also stock up on organic olive oils, honey and an assortment of preserves here. It is definitely worth popping by over the weekend.

Details: 011 453 5818 | [email protected] | 99 Linksfield Road, Glendower Shopping Centre, Edenvale, Johannesburg.

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The Cheese Place 

If it's a deli with a little bit of everything Greek you are in search of, look no further than The Cheese Place in Linden. Supplying Greek expats and foodies with the finest cheese, olive products and other delicacies, The Cheese Place is a haven for Greek food lovers. There is nothing pretentious about this Greek deli - it's all about homemade comforts and quality dairy. Visit them as soon as you can for a slice of homemade baklava or traditional biscuits served with piping hot Greek coffee.

Details: 011 782 0381 | [email protected] | Linden View, 14 - 1st Avenue, Linden/Victory Park, Johannesburg.

La Marina Foods 

While not strictly a Greek deli, La Marina Foods is the home of Mediterranean food products in Johannesburg. Stocking an entire factory full of fresh fish, vinegar, cheese, preserves, canned goods and cold cuts, this is the place to get your hands on the best imported brands. The La Marina factory store also boasts an on-site restaurant, which serves up traditional Greek fare with a twist. Think grilled halloumi served with onion marmalade or a delectable meze platter for two. Opa!

Details: 011 608 3277 / 010 010 7220 | [email protected] | 7 Platinum Drive, Longmeadow, North Business Park, Lethhabong, Gauteng.

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The Gourmet Greek

Are you looking for lekker Greek delis in Joburg? Then look no further! The Gourmet Greek offers exactly what its name implies - delicious Greek cheese, gourmet double thick yoghurt and other delicacies to delight your taste buds. Based in Midlands, KZN, this Greek deli has stockists located all around Johannesburg, including Cheese Gourmet in Linden, the Fresh Earth Food Store in Emmarentia and Jackson's Real Food Market in Bryanston. You can also order your products directly from their online store to be collected at a stockist of your choice. Super easy and cheesy, what more could you ask for?

Details: 033 234 4338 | [email protected]

Do you know of any other Greek delis worth visiting in Joburg? Let us know about them! 

What Is It?

Get your wallets ready because you are about to get your money's worth when you spend on fresh produce at the Sylvia's Market Fresh Produce Fair. Promising to give you nothing but the best in household goods, you can expect the freshest fruit and vegetables, cheese, olives, sauces, greens and herbs.

When Is It?

Sunday, 24 March 2019 from 10:00 - 16:00.

Where Is It?

Sylvia's Market, 59 Frederick Street, Observatory, Johannesburg.

How Much Is It?

Visit this website to find out about prices.

For More Information

Visit this Facebook page for more information.

What Was It?

Spring has only begun, but it's only a matter of time before summer decides to take over. And to welcome the hot summer days, there’s no better way to celebrate the change of season than by joining the festivities at the Groves & Vineyards Summer Festival. This festival is all about the tasty treats you’ve come to expect and love from Groves & Vineyards at Casalinga, except this time it's served up with a healthy dose of vitamin D, so don't forget to grab those sun hats, caps and sunscreen. You can expect everything refreshing and tasty at this wonderful event dedicated to all things wine and olives. With over 80 exhibitors, from top vineyards to the crisp bubbly makers, you won’t want to put your glass down – unless it’s to sample another delicious snack from one of the many artisan food stalls.

When Was It?

Saturday, 09 September 2017 to Sunday, 10 September 2017 from 11:00 to  17:30.

Where Was It?

Casalinga Ristorante, 328 Rocky Ridge Road, Rietfontein, Muldersdrift, Johannesburg.

How Much Was It?

Tickets cost between R60 and R650 per person and are available at Nutickets. Ticket prices are as follows:

For More Information

For more information about this event, visit their event page on Facebook. You can also visit www.casalinga.co.za or check out their Facebook page.