delicatessen


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delicatessen

a shop selling various foods, esp unusual or imported foods, already cooked or prepared
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The utilization of this investment will be towards launching four outposts of Indigo Delicatessen in Mumbai and Pune, two outlets of Neel and D:OH
lindley's: delicious deli | |Lindley's: Another delicatessen with dining tables and in one of the village's many traditional stone buildings.
Delicatessen food was embedded in Jewish popular culture: in songs, skits, family gatherings, even in the recurring association of deli meat with eroticism and virility.
It is a part of the author~s line for pilot production and validation of delicatessen products
In addition, our commercial section is expanding as our reputation grows, and more people want to regularly buy our products from their local delicatessen store.
The delicatessen is run on an Italian style with a range of produce including pastas, sauces, oils, dressings and desserts.
Your butcher can tell you all you want to know about the product you are buying as can your fishmonger, greengrocer, baker and delicatessen.
At that time, the concept of a delicatessen was new and there were only small grocery shops to meet demands for gourmet food products.
Producer of delicatessen products announce price increase that will be more prominent than the increase in fresh meat prices.
Pimm's Deli is the new business of South African born chef Matthew Pimm, right, who aims to offer an extensive range of delicatessen products to the local area.
They stopped at the delicatessen counter and then she carried on.