Purveyors of the finest local produce and speciality foods from around the world since the 1890s, this is a place to relish.
Belfast's 'oldest and best' deli - purveyors of the finest local produce and speciality foods from around the world since the 1890s - this is a place to relish.
Current owner, Kieran Sloan, continues the tradition of combining support for local artisan producers with exotic and novelty items - a heady mix that makes this an exciting place to visit. Especially renowned for cheeses (they stock over a hundred, including many Irish ones) and for fresh fish and shellfish, they also sell an extraordinary range of traditional (and some not so traditional) grocery products and deli items.
Open Mon-Sat 9-5.30.
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