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Duthy Street Deli Reviews:1 Hits:578

31 Duthy Street,
Unley,
SA, 5061,
Australia
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Telephone: (08) 8271 2327
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Trading Hours: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, Sat 8am-4pm, Sun 8am-2pm
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Reviews (1)
2009-07-20 22:09:52
Merkel Marmaduke (Guest)
Merkel Marmaduke (Guest)

Hot Chocolate at Duthy Deli

See http://hotchocolatedarkdesires.blogspot.com/
for hot chocolate reviews.

The Duthy Street Deli on Duthy Street, Unley, is the closest place to the Marmaduke residence to get a hot chocolate. Frequently your reviewer attends there with members of his family and samples from their range of delicious Turkish breads. This lunch Café is a converted delicatessen and is full of character enhanced by the artwork for sale on the walls.

The hot chocolate comes in a tall glass with a handle. It was served with a delicious dark chocolate thin and had a good froth with a semi-circle of chocolate on top. My last hot chocolate there seemed a little weak to start with until I realised there was a significant amount of sediment at the bottom and all it needed was good stir to give my chocolate a nice rich taste. It was reasonably priced at $3.70.

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