[LISTEN] Dolci Café: 'Italian cuisine with a South African cross-over'

Dolci Café in Craighall, Johannesburg opened its doors in 2013 and is being described as an Italian restaurant with a South African crossover

The cafe, which serves everyday easy eats, started off as a pastry shop before expanding its offerings.

Owners Jackie and Clayton Boyd joined Azania for this week's food feature.

We cater for everyday eating, simple food like a home cooked meal.

Jackie Boyd, owner Dolci Café

Typically of Italian origin but we do have some South African crossovers, I mean you can't do toasted sandwiches without a chicken mayo, the Italians would yell and scream at you but... we do everything that is general that South Africans would love.

Clayton Boyd, owner Dolci Café

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