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Blakeaway brings Armadale a slick new grocer

Blakeaway Armadale

Leading Melbourne catering business Blakes Feast are due to open their fourth Blakeaway store, bringing sanity-saving prepared meals, Ned’s bread, Cobb Lane pastries and other daily essentials to Armadale locals.

Blakeaway, launched last year to offer prepared meals from Blakes’ kitchens, was initially only available online but is now planting the flag in key locations.

The Armadale store will join Portsea, Brighton and Glen Iris stores in November geared to holidaying and celebrations.

The Blakeaway stores are, decked out with mint-green shelves and pale-grey marble benches, You will find the stores stocked with dozens of prepared meals, from lentil and coconut dhal that needs just a quick simmer and will feed a crowd, to coq au vin and zucchini and ricotta tart. Former Ezard chef Dylan Roberts oversees the food.

A special Friday-night lockdown dinner might be five-spice pork belly with crunchy golden crackling or wagyu and ‘nduja bolognese cooked by founder and chef Andrew Blake, part of the “black label” range. Tubs of Pidapipo gelato are complemented by mini chocolate and hazelnut gateaux and other desserts made by the team.

Roast beef and piccalilli baguettes, soba noodle and hot-smoked salmon salads and other grab-and-go items are also available, along with St David’s Dairy milk, Inglewood coffee beans, condiments, juices and picnic hampers. Wine and cocktails are on the menu. 

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