Menlyn Park Grocery Avenue

An environment that’s not only pleasing to the eye but is also about superb convenience and accessibility.

09 Jul 2015
event, shopping, centre, pretoria

Menlyn Grocery Park Avenue is set to be a shoppers' dream come true.

This marks the end of the first phase of a R2-billion redevelopment of Pretoria’s largest shopping centre.

During the launch period over the three weekends from 26 June. Shoppers will be invited to spend R500 or more at any of the new stores in Grocery Avenue and stand a chance of winning daily prizes, along with appearances and live cooking demos by SuzelleDIY, Siba Mtongana from Siba’s Table and J-Something from Micasa.

New look stores

The new-look Checkers Hyper includes its first-ever in-store coffee shop, home to a dedicated seating area and delicatessen, alongside a new take-away Gourmet Burger Bar, which allows shoppers to pay for their hamburgers with the rest of their shopping.

Food Lovers Market

Food Lovers Market has opened an upmarket version of their standard stores, including old favourites such as fresh produce and wine sections, a butchery, a bakery, a dairy, a seafood counter and a water bar. The Market Café seating area allows shoppers to sit and eat whatever they buy in-store.


Pick n Pay have opened a brand new store, modeled on the one-stop-shop experience. Everything from banking services to drawing social grants or booking flights and car hire is on offer, aside from the standard grocery shopping facility.

Grocery Avenue, which is the far-western extension of the shopping centre, is accessible from Atterbury and Garsfontein roads. It offers easily accessible open and covered parking very close to all three chain stores.

Trading hours: Monday to Thursday 9am-7pm
                            Friday 9am-9pm
                            Saturday 9am-7pm  
                            Sunday 9am-5pm


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