The Deli At Fifty-Eight, Loughborough

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There is a new deli in town. It's small but I'm fairly sure it's perfectly formed.  The ladies behind The Deli at Fifty-Eight in Loughborough have made my day, opening literally across the road from work and very close to my house.

Their product selection is thoughtful, featuring lots of brands I recognise from the BBC Good Food show bursary winners and local artisan brands. Their cheeses come from the Fine Cheese Co who I absolutely love and they are planning to sell homemade soup once the autumn winter kicks in, as well as freshly made cobs, pies and of course, cheeses and charcuterie.


I popped in on their first day to have a look and get some lunch. I had a gorgeous wholemeal cob with black bomber cheddar and hand carved ham with a dollop of ploughmans chutney (posh branston pickle to you and me). There were still a few bits left to sort - their charcuterie hadn't arrived for example, but I can see that once they've settled in, this place is going to have queues out the door!


I'll finish with a picture of these cookies - there were two huge jars right at eye level. So, even if you're not hungry for lunch, and don't need to top up on your artisan chutneys or biscuits for cheese, you have to at least pop in for one of these bad boys!



The Deli at Fifty Eight,
58 Wards End,
Loughborough, 
LE11 

Check them out on Facebook!  or even better go and buy some cheeeeeeeeese.. 

*I visited the deli all by myself and even paid for my cob! Check me out.. nothing to disclose here*
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7 comments

  1. Looks like a lovely little place. TAKE ME PLEASE. I love black bomber cheese x

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  2. Nothing I love more in life than an awesome deli. I could buy all the stuff!!

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  3. Ladies, lets plan a Loughborough day! We can stock up on goodies here and then head back to mine to scoff them all!

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  4. I want to try this cute place!! I've just moved to loughborough as well <3 xx

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  5. I'm sure this place was a sandwich shop I got my lunch from most days back in sixth form! Definitely looks like its gone up in the world! xx

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    1. Ha yes I think it might have been Claire! You'll have to pop in next time you're here :-)

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    2. Memories! Will have to try and stop by next time I am visiting the grandparents. x

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