Sawers Deli Review
From feta cheese to foie gras, Sawers is a dazzling experience that will thrill your senses. Founded in 1897, it carries a huge selection of artisanal foods from local and international suppliers. Browse the shelves for a trip through some of the finest Northern Irish produce. You will find Robert Ditty's Irish oakcakes rolled with County Armagh oats; salty and flavor-filled Kearney blue cheese from the Ards peninsula; the lemony, zesty bolie log, a soft goat cheese from the famed Fivemiletown creamery in County Tyrone; the delectable Bella Jo's curry-flavored relish from Ballycastle in County Antrim; a raft of jams and marmalades from Margaret Brownlee's Cottage Pride in Armagh; preserves from Jayne Paget in Fermanagh, and potted herrings from Ardglass, all set alongside a selection of wheaten and focaccia breads. And don't forget the Suki Tea made by the Belfast Brew company, which specializes in loose-leaf teas and old-fashioned teapots to go with it.