Deli of the Month

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

  • Delilah Fine Foods

    Delilah Fine Foods

    It is a rare and welcome cause for celebration when an independent retailer is able to stand its ground in the face of high-street Goliaths; even more so when they topple them. In the case of Delilah Fine Foods, which moved into the cavernous, more
  • Yellow Door Deli

    Yellow Door Deli
    Portadown, Co Armagh

    A local success story, Simon Dougan’s Yellow Door Deli has been serving Northern Irish gastronomes for 18 years. In that time it has expanded to include three delis, a bistro, outside catering, pop-up kitchens and market stalls. The deli more
  • Drewton’s Farm Shop

    Drewton’s Farm Shop
    East Yorkshire

    From locally smoked gammon joints to the deep-filled steak pies (accompanied by heavy tubs of extra onion gravy, naturally), everything about this South Cave deli shouts Yorkshire. Owner Katie Taylor sources nearly all her produce from more
  • De Beauvoir Deli

    De Beauvoir Deli

    Italian charcuterie, sherry vinegars and tapenade from Spain, and good British teas and chutneys: a shopping trip to De Beauvoir is a whistle-stop tour of Europe’s best deli offerings. It’s worth a visit for the white truffle oil alone, but more
  • Avon Mill

    Avon Mill
    South Devon

    Set in the wooded Avon Valley in South Devon, Avon Mill Garden Centre is home to a beautifully restored stone barnturned deli. Fresh bread, locally sourced fruit and vegetables, duck and quail eggs, and homemade chutneys make up just some of more
  • The Hop Shop

    The Hop Shop

    With over 80 acres of lavender fields, Castle Farm in Shoreham spends half the year in a purple haze. Come winter, owners William and Caroline Alexander find endless uses for the dried flowers in the Hop Shop – a converted barn that serves as more
  • Farndon Fields Shop

    Farndon Fields Shop
    Market Harborough

    Since opening in 1998, Farndon Fields Farm shop has gone from strength to strength and recently added a butchery and café to its growing business. Homegrown potatoes and vegetables such as carrots, squash, celeriac, asparagus, beetroot and more
  • El’s Kitchen

    El’s Kitchen
    Ladywell, London SE13

    Opened in 2010, El’s Kitchen sits in a suburban pocket of south-east London. Since its arrival, customers have come to rely on it as their local larder – and it’s easy to see why. Crates of brightly coloured fruit and vegetables lure you more
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