This well known spot combines an attractive café and a deli counter offering a good range of artisan products
Emmas Cafe & Deli
This delightful Heritage Town is blessed with excellent choices when it comes to buying local foods and enjoying casual daytime fare.
Adrian Shine and Debbie Kenny's well-known café-deli is one of the longest established and many regular make it their first port of call when around the town.
Combining an attractive café and a deli counter, it offers a good range of artisan products, including cheeseboards and hampers which are made up to order all year round.
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