4 delightful delis you should visit in Norfolk
- Credit: Philip Barnes
You may be used to buying your food from the nearest supermarket, but there are a wide range of other places you should consider shopping at. Norfolk is home to a selection of fantastic delicatessens, here are our top picks to try...
Louis' Deli & Cafe, Norwich
Tucked away on Upper St. Giles Street between quirky cupcake shops and artisan bakeries, you'll find Louis' Deli & Cafe, where fresh food is prepared daily and a range of authentic continental products are available, from oils and cured meats to cheeses and wines. If that wasn't enough, they serve a mean breakfast (try the pancakes or eggy bread, both are to die for), and you can pick up a hearty cooked meal to take home and enjoy later.
The Norfolk Deli, Hunstanton
This deli in Hunstanton is run by husband and wife team Mark and Rosie Kacary who have a passion for great food and fell in love with delicatessens they explored on family holidays to the Tuscan Hills. Inside here you'll find a deli counter stocked with over 30 cold meats and hams, more than 15 different olives/antipasti and 60 different types of cheese - which you can have made into a wedding cake if you're feeling quirky. To add to this they also have a range of other locally made produce, including Winbirri wines, Norfolk gin, Jubberwacky chutney and jams and Sandringham Apple Juice.
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The Galley, Horning
Housed inside a delightful 17th century property in the heart of Horning, this delicatessen also features a cafe and gift shop which are filled with a range of home made pies, quiches, sausage rolls and scotch eggs, as well as cakes, cheese, olives and meats. Also available are a range of Galley-branded jams, preserves and chutneys, chocolates and a range of beers, ciders, wines and spirits.
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Upon approaching this delicatessen on St Georges Street, your eyes will be drawn to the window display, packed with giant slices of homemade pizza, cakes, sandwiches, pastries and hot dishes. Step inside and you'll find all this and much more, including a range of British, Spanish and Italian ingredients. From olives, cheeses and salami to crackers, chutneys and chocolates, you'll be spoiled for choice.
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