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“Excellent Boutique Style Deli, A Little Expensive Though!!!”
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La Petite Epicerie
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Owner description: Julien Poix opened La Petite Epicerie " The Little Deli " in 2009 located in the little town of Anstruther (near the Bakers by the harbour). From the start, Julien and his team have always pride themselves on sourcing tasty and quality products from Fife’s local larder (Cheese, Oatcakes, Chutneys, Condiments and many more) as well as Continental delicacies, Cheeses, Oils, Charcuterie, Olives and French Specialities.Their passion and enthusiasm for food over the years has earned them 2 “Commended” Award in the Deli Of The Year competition and more recently, a “Great Taste 2013” Gold Star award for the quality of their Beef Steak Pies.
Reviewed August 21, 2012

Whilst on our yearly yacht holiday, my husband and I visited this place to get a few bits and pieces for a little bit of lunch!!! We did buy a few bits but were put off that it was a little overpriced!!! £4 for a jar of stuffed olives or £10 for three!!! Tasty stuff but not an everyday splurge!!! If you have the money this place is great!!!

Thank Graham1986
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Reviewed April 23, 2012

Visited here while on a day visit to Anstruther, lovely interesting deli products with the owner on hand to talk through what you would like. Need to return as I hear they have introduced another range of products to the shop.
Don't miss a visit here.

2  Thank margodeans
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Reviewed September 28, 2011

If in Anstruther, please visit this deli. The food is excellent quality and the owners are very friendly. Highly recommended. Beautiful fresh filled baguetts for lunch are a must.

3  Thank Jinty07
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Reviewed August 21, 2011

We've shopped at the deli a few times now. When I was working in Anstruther I often used to pop in and make the most of his meal deals... a beautiful baguette, crisps and a drink for a great value for money price. These days we sometimes pop in for the cheese, olives or some of his amazing home made goodies. Well worth a visit and a great place to get amazing food.

3  Thank jojonic79
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Reviewed May 14, 2010

Went to Anstruther last week-end for a little break. Walking along the harbour and discovered a lovely little delicatessen on the side street from the baker.
"La Petite Epicerie" just the name on its own sounded already interesting, this shop is full of lovely foods, cheeses, stuffed olives, oatcakes, antipasti and so much more i simply can't mention it all. The best part in my opinion are all the homemade products, the young french chef/owner makes it all, quiches, pates, pies, french baguette you name it.
At the time, everything looks so good, and once home you realise that it's also all very delicious. Without a doubt some of the best food a got from a deli or farm shop.

5  Thank Scotlandtour
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