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Hobart B 12" Automatic Meat SlicerRoutine slicing can become a mundane task that reduces time spent on other tasks.

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No longer spend an abundant amount of time on slicing with this used Hobart B Meat Slice This Hobart Meat Slicer has built in antimicrobial protection that inhibits the growth of bacteria, mo The smooth positive angle carriage allows for an effortless operation, while the heavy-duty gauge plate make This unit has two speed automatic slicing, perfect for a deli or any commercial kit This Hobart Meat Slicer has built in antimicrobial protection that inhibits the growth of bacter Hobart commercial meat slicer.

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Please enter your name and company First name. Last name. Next Prev. Please enter your location Loading Please enter your phone number Phone. Send me email alerts for similar machines. Share my contact info with other dealers with similar machines.Went yesterday for brunch with the family on a cold miserable rainy dayall the table inside were taken so we sat outside We tried the vanilla pancakes which My daughter had the smashed avocado which came with a small salad We accompanied it all with milkshakes and coffee.

There is a vast array of cakesslices and biscuits on display in cabinets out front too. Went to lunch with friends who recommended the Hobart Deli - busy, initially confusing as to what and how - but mainly already-prepared heated meals with my favoured vegetarian options limited in all but the prepared salads.

Rustic setting fits the localised dining clientele, environment A bit pricey. Would expect bigger serves and more range to justify the price. Quiet, pleasant location. Busy on a public holiday. I just wish I liked the chai more. It is heaving with kids, although not pram friendly.

Seating inside and out Tables are tight in occupancy. Very tight. I love the decor and artist design of the place. Interesting and creative - great vibe.

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Open kitchen and plenty of staff in the kitchen too, maybe another person on the ground would be worthy of the customers experience. Staff are friendly, busy doing their job, just forgot to greet the customer. Odd, my order was delivered but I had to wait for the cutlery to be delivered pet peeve. Just leave the cutlery container on the table. Our table had the bacon and eggs on toast and the French toast bacon and maple.

Chia was ok - not sweet Coffee was good. Recommend - worth a visit. I think my breakfast rating of 3 for this place is harsh. Maybe it should be a 4. I just wished I liked the chai more because I would travel for a good chai like you travel for a good coffee. I like Hobart Delhi, well done manager and team. Thanks for a positively memorable experience.

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Get here early as the queue can get long. And also order everything all at once. Absolutely love going for breakfast here. I usually get the French toast with bacon, grilled banana and maple syrup. So delicious. Food taste fresh and presented beautifully. Juice was delicious.Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.

Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Skip to main content. Used: Good Details. Sold by The Secret of Don Quijote. Condition: Used: Good. Comment: These units had been disassembled, deeply cleaned, fully tested, reset to factory defaults.

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Have a question? There was a problem completing your request. Please try your search again later. Compare with similar items.Went yesterday for brunch with the family on a cold miserable rainy dayall the table inside were taken so we sat outside We tried the vanilla pancakes which My daughter had the smashed avocado which came with a small salad We accompanied it all with milkshakes and coffee.

There is a vast array of cakesslices and biscuits on display in cabinets out front too. Went to lunch with friends who recommended the Hobart Deli - busy, initially confusing as to what and how - but mainly already-prepared heated meals with my favoured vegetarian options limited in all but the prepared salads.

Rustic setting fits the localised dining clientele, environment A bit pricey. Would expect bigger serves and more range to justify the price. Quiet, pleasant location. Busy on a public holiday.

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I just wish I liked the chai more. It is heaving with kids, although not pram friendly. Seating inside and out Tables are tight in occupancy. Very tight. I love the decor and artist design of the place. Interesting and creative - great vibe. Open kitchen and plenty of staff in the kitchen too, maybe another person on the ground would be worthy of the customers experience. Staff are friendly, busy doing their job, just forgot to greet the customer.

Odd, my order was delivered but I had to wait for the cutlery to be delivered pet peeve. Just leave the cutlery container on the table. Our table had the bacon and eggs on toast and the French toast bacon and maple.

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Chia was ok - not sweet Coffee was good. Recommend - worth a visit. I think my breakfast rating of 3 for this place is harsh. Maybe it should be a 4. I just wished I liked the chai more because I would travel for a good chai like you travel for a good coffee. I like Hobart Delhi, well done manager and team.Went yesterday for brunch with the family on a cold miserable rainy dayall the table inside were taken so we sat outside We tried the vanilla pancakes which Went to lunch with friends who recommended the Hobart Deli - busy, initially confusing as to what and how - but mainly already-prepared heated meals with my favoured vegetarian options limited in all but the prepared salads.

Rustic setting fits the localised dining clientele, environment A bit pricey. Would expect bigger serves and more range to justify the price. Quiet, pleasant location. Busy on a public holiday. I just wish I liked the chai more.

It is heaving with kids, although not pram friendly. Seating inside and out Absolutely love going for breakfast here. I usually get the French toast with bacon, grilled banana and maple syrup. So delicious.

Food taste fresh and presented beautifully. Juice was delicious. Pricing is fine and neatly tucked away in the suburbs across from a park. Neat little cafe tucked away in North Perth. This is my second visit in probably two years so longevity is a given for these guys, which in my book is only a good thing.

Solid breakfast menu I had the french toast with bacon, banana After trying to get into other places on the top 10 list for best breakfasts in Perth, and refusing to queue, we made it to Hobart Deli. Luckily, a table freed up in this busy corner premises. As reported, coffee is good, food is fresh We were recommended to pop in and try this place by a friend and it was really lovely!

Service was great, food was great and coffee was great too! Much more busy now.

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Coffee is much better, as does the quality of the food. Services still as good as before. Very tight seating and not pram friendly.Finding a park in Perth where the partaking in a decent coffee is a possibility is something which I lament. But help arrived last week in the form of a link to a website which takes the guesswork out of caffeine-fueled you, not your child! Hobart Deli is ensconced in a suburban pocket of North Perth across the road from a popular leafy fenced park, frequented by many a yummy-mummy mothers group.

Nabbing a rock-star street-park out the front of the old neighbourhood deli, which has been converted into a funky local cafe, we bypassed the outside seating good if you are a canine crazy and stepped inside. The counter has the usual assortment of freshly baked goods on offer disguising the open kitchen. Coming off the back of a few friendly local cafes I had visited recently, this gruffness really stood out like Charlie Sheen at an AA meeting.

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At the counter I ordered the breakfast wrap which, whilst being hot and fresh when it arrived promptly, was overly salty with the bacon not cooked long enough for my liking a little bit of colour on bacon goes a long way! The side of chutney, whilst a nice touch, was a bit watery for my palate and a little dull. For the record, my Wega extracted Crema coffee was perfectly fine for my unassuming coffee palate.

Would I return? Not intentionally. I can get friendlier service and better breakfast nosh closer to home. Hi Spud, thanks for listing us on your blog roll, your blog is a good read! Hi Ross, Right back at ya! Great to read another blog looking at things from a family friendly friendly perspective too little Tallulah is a little cutie! Agree completely on the review. I used to live nearby but would prefer to travel up Angove St for somewhere with better service and better food and better prices!

Agree with you and shctef. I really wanted to love it too. I live a few blocks away from Hobart Deli. All the ingredients are there for a beautiful cafe, but they are so surly! My attempts at conversation eg.

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I ride my bike up to milkd on Angove street now where after only a week of daily visits they greet me by name. Apologies for the late reply. I agree nothing worse than feeling unwelcome and awkward — and paying for that privilege! You are commenting using your WordPress.

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Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.Lomachenko is a flashy offensive whiz who uses footwork and awkward angles to break opponents down.

Rigondeaux is more comfortable avoiding punches and exposing his opponent than necessarily making him pay. Like his contemporary Floyd Mayweather, "El Chacal" is in the conversation among the greatest defensive fighters who have ever laced up gloves. Intangibles: Lomachenko is in the midst of his physical prime at 29 and has been both active and ambitious in his short career, having fought for a world title in his second pro bout.

Rigondeaux is a different story. In fact, there are more things going against him than for him in this fight, including age and weight. As someone who identifies more as an in-ring artist than prizefighter, Rigondeaux's brilliance doesn't always lend itself to easy translation (and appreciation) by judges.

Lomachenko has promised to walk through Rigondeaux "like a tank" and knock him out. While the bold proclamation births the potential for entertainment, it also threatens to summon a dangerous version of Rigondeaux only seen the rare times opponents have forced it out of him through pressure. What should decide early what kind of fight this turns out to be is just how much the difference in size ends up playing a factor.

If Rigondeaux is able to make Lomachenko pay for closing distance without without being defied dramatically by age and his own chin, this one has all the makings to be high-speed chess at its finest. Lomachenko isn't big for 130 pounds and doesn't employ a style (similar to how Orlando Salido leaned on him in his lone pro defeat) where the extra weight will make much of a difference. Should Rigondeaux survive the early rounds, it will be interesting to see which boxer is forced to alter his style first and make an adjustment.

It's a scenario that will be predicated upon who wins the early battle of hand and foot speed to control pace and distance. Rigondeaux has been a maddening fighter to watch because of how pedestrian he can look when opponents are unwilling (or unable) to bring out his best.

For every flash knockdown he has suffered through a lapse in concentration while coasting on the scorecards, Rigondeaux has equally dazzled when pushed (think the opening rounds against Donaire) to remind just how absurdly talented he is. It's because of that feast-or-famine style as a purveyor of the Cuban school of boxing, doubled down by inactivity and marginal competition, that Rigondeaux is so polarizing as an equally under and overrated figure.

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The fact is, we don't quite know how good he still is or his true ceiling. What makes that dangerous is that neither does Lomachenko. A lot of what this fight will look like is dependent upon whether Rigondeaux can still be the guy he was against Donaire in 2013. If he can force Lomachenko to lower his output with pinpoint counter shots, both the pace and entertainment level will diminish, thus playing into his hands.

But what happens if he can't. What happens if Rigondeaux is so flummoxed by Lomachenko's speed and angles that he's forced, for the first time in his pro career, to be anything but a frontrunner.

That's where the danger zone lies for a fighter who has never had a rock-solid chin and is seemingly more inclined to throw less punches as a form of survival than throw more as a means to rally.