Arcadia Delicatessen

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Arcadia Delicatessen
378 Lisburn Road, Belfast BT9 6GL
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A long-established speciality food shop, stocking wines and some of the best local artisan foods

Arcadia Delicatessen

This long-established speciality food shop has been trading from the same shop, and in the same family, since 1933.


Third generation Mark Brown and his wife Laura took up the mantle in 2007 and have developed Arcadia to retain its well-earned reputation while also modernising some aspects of the business.


They continue to do what they have always done best, however, offering wines and some of the best local and Irish artisan foods - O'Doherty Fermanagh black bacon, Clandeboye Estate Yoghurt, Causeway Cheeses, Bay Tree Relishes, Ditty's Oatcakes among them - alongside comparable high quality products from abroad.


Hampers for Christmas and every other imaginable occasion are a speciality, and a wide range is available online. 

Open Mon-Sat 8.30-5.30. Closed Sun. abbreviations

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