Deli of the Month

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Every month the Food and Travel team seeks out the best and brightest specialist delis.

  • Il Cudega, Hackney

    Il Cudega, Hackney

    The new kid on east London’s gourmet block, Il Cudega opened its doors in September. Based on the typically Lombard concept of an ‘enogastronomia’, it combines deli, wine bar and restaurant. The founders Giovanni Brighi and Luca Gaggioli, more
  • Goya 23

    Goya 23

    Step into family-run Goya 23 and you’ll find shelves packed to the gunnels with stock imported directly from local producers across Spain. Close to Edinburgh’s Royal Circus and the botanic gardens, it has been wowing the city for about 15 more
  • B Street Deli

    B Street Deli

    Southwark locals flock to the aptly named B Street Deli, its mint-green entrance on Bermondsey Street beckoning like the light over East Egg in The Great Gatsby. Part deli, part wine bar, B Street is worth visiting to stock up on cheeses like more
  • Dugard and Daughters

    Dugard and Daughters
    Herne Hill

    There are some businesses you just want to succeed. The day after Rosie Dugard had her second daughter, she was made redundant by an IT company. Six months down the line, husband Neil suffered the same fate. They ploughed every last penny into more
  • The Hairy Fig

    The Hairy Fig

    A love of sweet, Continental fruit and a desire to start a business that was ‘not boring’ inspired both the name and ethos of this quirky deli on a cobbled side street in Fossgate. Off the main shopping thoroughfare, it would be a shame to more
  • Pulia

    London Bridge

    Already thriving in Milan, Venice and Florence, Pulia is bursting with organic, artisan produce fresh from the Italian ingredient heartland of Puglia. Set on the periphery of Borough Market, this newly opened deli is a worthy stopping point more
  • MacFarlane’s

    South London

    Abbeville Road is riding high as Clapham’s current ‘gourmet alley’, where The Ginger Pig rubs gentrified shoulders with ‘artisan bakeries’ and multicultural bistros. But MacFarlane’s – a dazzling splash of lime and Prussian blue more
  • Lina Stores

    Lina Stores

    This West End deli introduced me to ’nduja, and for that, I will be forever thankful. It’s the Calabrian sausage that’s laced with dried chilli, roasted pepper and garlic, and spreads like pâté onto grilled sourdough, or turns a basic more
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