In just about every suburb of Cardiff there seems to be a deli or two bursting at the seams with high quality, locally sourced and reasona...

TOP FIVE DELIS

March 01, 2014 Lauren Mahoney 0 Comments

In just about every suburb of Cardiff there seems to be a deli or two bursting at the seams with high quality, locally sourced and reasonably priced products. If you live in central area, like the city centre or Roath, there is a deli in every direction.

It's safe to say Cardiff residents are spoilt for choice in the deli department, so I've chosen my favourite five.

The Fat Pig Deli, Pontcanna
The perfect spot in Pontcanna to enjoy brunch on a sunny Sunday morning. Located on Romily Crescent, the deli serves the perfect array of breakfasts, including the 'Full Welsh' and banana pancakes.

Tea and Cake, Wellfield Rd
From a quirky gift shop-come-coffee shop, Tea and Cake is now a fully-fledged deli, serving up cheeses and locally produced meats. They still serve tea and cake, but now you have the option of stocking up on olives and to-die-for stuffed peppers on the way out.  

Madame Fromage, Castle Arcade
The arcades are perfect places to find somewhere to eat on a budget while out shopping in the city centre. One of those places is Madame Fromage. They're generous with portion sizes and are perfect for vegetarians struggling to find a good alternative. 

Deli Rouge, Cathays
Tucked away at the top of Mackintosh Place, Deli Rouge is a little ways out of the hustle and bustle of Albany Road, but that is part of its' charm. One of the best places for fresh pesto and tapas in Cardiff. 

Wally's Delicatessen, Royal Arcade
Its safe to say that Wally's is pretty much a Cardiff institution. The deli stocks products from all over the world and has a first class cheese counter. There is also a seemingly endless choice of olives and Belgian chocolates to choose from. Don't forget to visit the Kaffeehaus as well.

Cardiff has many more delis. Which ones do you love?

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