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Harp Lane Deli

Traditional deli serving great coffee, home produced food, local produce & tasty treats from around the world. Try our famous Portuguese tarts!

Harp Lane Deli is situated slap-bang in the middle of Ludlow in darkest south Shropshire. The name is taken from the medieval alleyway that runs along one side of our shop, once a street entirely populated by butchers.

Harp Lane Deli was established in the summer of 2014, but there has been a shop on this site since the early 1800s. We are an independent delicatessen run by people who adore good food and drink, and appreciate the finer things in life.

Harp Lane Deli is owned by Henry Mackley, and Lydia & Robbie Underhill, two families born and bred in the Welsh Marches. Between us we have chequered CVs, but we all have a deep-rooted love of food and this little corner of south Shropshire.

Some of the things you find in the Harp Lane Deli will come from nearby, some will come from afar, and some will be made by us in our kitchen above the shop. All will be fabulously tasty, and sensibly priced.

Alongside the jars, packets and bottles, we serve properly good coffee, messy hot deli sandwiches, and freshly made salads. We have a wall of cheese too. There is a little bar in the shop where you can perch and slurp, a couple of tables outside on Castle Square, and a lovely little private dining room upstairs.


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