Remo's Fratelli Maximilliano

Waterfall Corner
Corner of Maxwell and Woodmead Dr

Sunninghill, Johannesburg
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Remo’s was born in May 2007 in memory of the late Remo Giuseppe Scribante. His brothers, “Fratelli”, Franco and Renzo Scribante opened their first café in Mount Edgecombe, Durban.

Renzo has had a passion for food and cafes his whole life. He spent time from an early age cooking with his mother in the kitchen and cleaning the tables at Sunday lunches.

What started out as a small café with a limited menu has now turned into an established company fuelled by passion.
The Remo’s is now a bustling restaurant and bar very well known for its quality of food.

The addition of our artisan bakery next to the fountain area adds a wonderfully "European" experience - think fresh artisan bread, cakes, croissants, quiches, brownies, imported meats and cheeses, olive oils, pasta and sauces to name a few.

Take away treats and sandwiches are collected as an espresso is drunk. It screams Europe in the heart of suburban Durban.

Monday - Sunday 07:30 - 23:00

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