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Austin's Yesteryear Grocers Shop
Ranked #2 of 3 Shopping in Nantwich
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Reviewed 8 November 2013

Supurb,old established with many old fashioned way-polite service,excellent range of todays and "yesterdays" quality products.A lovely cafe to relax in and enjoy a range of coffee's and teas and delicious snacks or meals.A true Gem,don't miss.

Thank greatgrandad
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

Having lived in Nantwich most of my life I have always known about Welshs but hadn't visited for a while.I re discovered it a couple of years ago and now go for an earl grey and teacake on my day off in the week and it is an excellent place to unwind without too much hustle and bustle.The teacakes are really good..Worth a visit if anyone is visiting Nantwich.

Thank roger d
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Reviewed 7 September 2013

Found Welch's delicatessen today and it's a great shop but the hidden surprise is the replica of the old fashioned grocers shop at the back. If you're the right age, you'll recognise many of the old brands from years ago and this was a beautifully put together attraction. On top of this it's free and the store was great too.

Thank Gary F
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Reviewed 20 August 2013

Visited Welch's delicatessen today as I gave my brother in law a walking tour of Nantwich. If you visit Nantwich this deli is an absolute must see! Unassuming with its green canopy on a very narrow frontage on Hospital Street, if you blink you'll miss it - I urge you not to blink. Of you do you'll miss an absolute gem! As you enter the shop you are met with that familiar deli smell! The shop is long and narrow - probably no wider than six feet - but very long! It goes back probably eighty feet or so and on each side there are many delights to see, buy and sample. Some of them date back to my childhood in the fifties and there is plenty of nostalgia on offer! A the back of the shop there is a museum of the grocery business which has been lovingly maintained and added to over many years. It forms part of a smashing little cafe where you can sit and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and sample the home made cake. This shop is a real delight and would be of interest to children aged from four to ninety a four, a real treat

Thank Peter H
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Reviewed 2 August 2013

This deli is run by Stewart and Roger Austin (one is Grumpy and one isn't). It is quite amazing to see the old things in this shop, since I remember some of them from my childhood. Well worth a visit. Since it is inside a working deli you can buy lots of good food including sausages made in the shop.

Thank Timwills
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