A true deli with modern rustic touches and full to the brim with ‘Good Things’, re: a la Jane Grigson (cookery writer). We had no real need for shopping on this day but couldn’t resist a look after reading the offerings on the chalk boards outside. Wow, what a treat to see such a great display of deli foods and drinks. I think it does snacks and meals to eat in and certainly prepares food to go from some really splendid looking ingredients. We choose some peppered salami, a couple of chorizos and a bottle of “Silly Ewe” dry cider to make a lunch back at our campsite. Both the meats were just that bit tastier and better than what you get in the supermarkets, and has for the cider – hick, well I think it speaks for itself. We’ll be back the next time in town and perhaps two ‘gottles’ next time! Keep up the good buying and hard work.
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