The Aptly Named ‘Deli Delights’ in St Dogmaels

30 Sep

Deli Delights did just that delighted us all!

The move from Cardigan to 28 High Street, St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire was a smart one for Deli Delights, as there is now room for a tea room. The shop & tea room is owned by Tim and Mandy Wilcox, but it is Mandy who is the person doing all the hard work – and boy, does she work hard!!

Ian and I caught up with some friends of ours on Saturday afternoon, but let me put this politely, after a very disappointing coffee elsewhere in St Dogmaels. Unhappy, we decided we’d call in on Deli Delights but just why the four of us didn’t meet up there initially, makes no sense at all!!!

As always we got a lovely warm welcome from Mandy, which is how she greets everyone I might add. A cafetière of her delicious Java coffee and a pot of tea for two, gave us time to decide we were hungry and select some foodie snacks. From a tasty bacon buttie, served on a wooden board, to two tasty paninis and a ploughman’s, everything was packed full of flavour and beautifully presented. Deli Delights support her local Welsh food producers wherever possible, but Mandy also has a wide ranging selection of National and International produce, including unusual Spanish Serrano ham, salami, chorizo’s and Greek marinated olives.

As if Mandy wasn’t busy enough, she somehow finds time to do outside catering, tel: 01239 621002 for more details. But another thought I must share with you is that if you have to buy a gift for a hard-to-buy for person, why not consider a food hamper or food basket? With Mandy there to guide you, I’m sure you find that’s a gift that will be much appreciated by anyone who loves excellent food.

So if you’re in the area, please call in and enjoy the delightful Deli Delights!!!!!


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  1. local

    October 1, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    brilliant place
    superb food and coffee and tea
    great for this area