The boys from Marble restaurant, Chef David Higgs and Gary Kyriacou, have decided to enrich your meat experience even more by opening a butchery.
You can expect The Butchery by Marble to open its doors in July this year as the final phase of construction is still ongoing.
Taking inspiration from Victor Churchills in Sydney, the hope is for the new space to become the ‘jewellery shop of butchers’ in Johannesburg.
So what can you expect to find at this top-class meat dealer?
“The butchery has always been part of our planning for Marble, and will feature some really special cuts – both dry-aged and wet-aged,” explains Chef David Higgs. “We also want to be able to support specialty offerings, such as the cured meats by Charcutier, Neil Jewell. He’s an absolute genius and we want to be able to support him, and others like him, and bring Johannesburg something different.”
The idea is that you’ll be able to take the same cuts of meat that the Marble restaurant uses home with you, and receive proper guidance on how to correctly cook it.
Plus, you’ll be able to shop for your home’s kitchen with a retail space selling handmade plates, glasses, linen, olive wood handle knives and more.
UPDATE: Marble Restaurant Has Finally Opened The Doors To The Butchery
Here’s a little peek into what The Butchery has to offer to the meat-lovers of Joburg:
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