Our Aldeburgh and Southwold shops are crammed with a delicious range of cheese, charcuterie, chutneys and preserves as well as our popular frozen meals, soups and fresh salads.
We have a carefully curated and cared for selection of cheese with a focus on British farmhouse cheese. You will find all the classics like Montgomery Cheddar, Cropwell Bishop Stilton, Cornish Yarg and Lincolnshire Poacher. We also profile small cheesemakers like Village Maid producers of Wigmore, Waterloo and Spenwood.
We are particularly interested in celebrating artisan cheese produced in East Anglia including Fen Farm Dairy's Baron Bigod; Julie Cheyney's St Jude; Mrs Temple's cheeses from North Norfolk; and Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses' Suffolk Gold and Suffolk Blue.
We love to share our enthusiasm for cheese with you so do come and explore our range, taste some new cheeses, and get suggestions for putting together the perfect cheeseboard.
Each day our chefs prepare a trio of beautiful salads which perfectly compliment each other in their colour, texture and taste.
You will find classics like coleslaw and "Happy Carrot Salad" alongside more exotic flavours such as aubergine and noodles; roasted cauliflower, pomegranate and brown rice; feta, peas and broad beans.
You can create your own delicious and healthy combination of salads in our take-away boxes. One or two portion boxes are set price, whichever salads you choose.
In Aldeburgh we prepare delicious Monmouth Coffee to take away and enjoy on the beach.
Amongst coffee aficionados Monmouth Coffee is recognised as setting the benchmark for coffee roasting, so when we decided to serve coffee to take-away we naturally turned to Monmouth.
For coffee to brew at home, we have a choice of beans from both Monmouth and Suffolk-based Butterworth & Sons, which has been roasting coffee beans and blending fine teas since the 19th century.
We can grind beans for you to take home for your preferred coffee making method.
We have charcuterie from France and Spain as well as free-range Suffolk ham, cured in Peasenhall and glazed in our own Slate kitchen.
Our dry-cured pork Saucisson is from Lugdunum, near Lyon. The saucisson are available in a range of delicious flavours including wild boar, ceps, black pepper and roquefort.
They are delicious thinly sliced as part of platter, served with some hard cheese and a full-bodied red wine. They are equally good when added to pasta sauce or paella.
We also have a authentic Spanish chorizo, Ibérico jamon de bellota and lomo from the The Spanish Hamper.
High House Fruit Farm
Throughout the year we sell natural apple juice from High House Fruit Farm, just down the road in Sudbourne. Piers and Suvi Poole's family have been farming here for over 50 years.
We are lucky to supply their fresh produce in season including asparagus and rhubarb, delicious raspberries, strawberries and other soft fruit in the summer months.
From August each year their apple crop comes in with delicious Discoveries leading into Cox, Russet, James Grieve, Worcester, Blenheim Orange, Charles Ross, Ribston Pippin and Bramley.
Bray's Cottage Pork Pies
Bray’s Cottage Pork Pies are handmade by Sarah and her team in North Norfolk. Local pork encased in beautiful biscuity pastry , this range of pies includes delicious flavours such as onion marmalade and chilli jam.
Bray's Cottage pork pies are renowned across East Anglia, not least because of their decision to include more pork and less jelly in the filling.
Jane Steward’s ambition is to revive the delicious and neglected medlar. On her smallholding in North Norfolk she has over 100 medlar trees and she preserves the fruit with local sugar and only natural pectin from lemon juice.
Eastgate Larder’s jars of Medlar Jelly and Medlar Cheese are beautifully presented. They are lovely with cheese, served with game or other rich meat, or enjoyed just as a condiment.