11. Broadway Deli
With the Cotswolds a well known food heaven, the Broadway Deli on the high street is one of best reasons to visit. The Deli has been serving the community with a wide range of fresh and organic local produce since 2002 when it started out at Cotswold Court. It then moved across the road overlooking the village Green a couple of years later before making its final move to the gorgeous listed building, St Patricks, where the previously popular toy shop was for decades.
The outside of the Deli shop front is a wonderful and colourful arrangement of locally-grown vegetables in a delicious display. Invitingly, there’s a small cafe upstairs that looks out onto the high street which is a great place to sit and people-watch whilst you enjoy fantastic homemade food. The Deli cafe has a breakfast menu that is served between 8am - 11.30am and a lunch menu served between 12 noon - 4pm. On offer are traditional breakfasts, delightfully filled sandwiches and baguettes, deli platters, homemade soups and salads, and beautifully baked cakes. On Thursday/Friday/Saturday Broadway Deli are offering an tapas/cicchetti inspired small plates menu with tables seated from 5.00pm-7.00pm. On these days the shop will be open from 8.00am-7.00pm. Even if you don’t fancy sitting in, there’s a takeaway option so you can enjoy their pies and pastries on the go!
The Broadway Deli shop stocks the freshest and finest ingredients that’s needed to make anything found in store at home. From basic ingredients like eggs and flour to top quality oils, exotic spices and preserves; there’s something you’re bound to want. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for someone, perhaps a beautifully bespoke hamper is just the thing! The staff are very knowledgeable about food and can help assist you with any of your selections. The shop also stocks some wonderful homewares and local art that really make great souvenirs.
There is so much going on at the Broadway Deli it would foolish to miss a visit!