Since 1996, David and Laura Peare’s wholefood shop and deli has long been the perfect place to pick up the best of local and imported goodies.
Quay Food Company
Since 1996, David and Laura Peare’s wholefood shop and deli near the Tourist Office has long been the perfect place to pick up an artisan picnic (made to order), or for self-catering visitors to stock up with local goodies.
Also stocks carefully selected imported foods and speciality ingredients needed by all keen cooks.
Hamper service offered..
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