|Grove Park Deli Looks For Chiswick Vote|
Fauconberg Road favourite nomination to win Deli of The Year 2011
Grove Park Deli is celebrating its nomination to win 'Deli of the Year 2011'– an award which is judged by some of the UK’s leading food experts. In each region of the UK a deli will be chosen to go forward to the Deli of the Year final, when delis will be visited by a mystery shopper, and the champion deli will be announced at the oscars of the fine food world in London in September.
Customers of The Grove Park Deli are invited to pop into the shop to show their support and to visit www.delioftheyear.co.uk to add their vote.
6 years ago, Professional Chef Janice Timothy decided that working as a chef for someone else wasn’t getting her any where fast and her creative passion for good home cooked food was draining fast. Then she heard about a sleepy deli quietly on the market and bought it. Sure she thought! It’s off the beaten track and small, but grabbed the opportunity by the horns.
Since then the deli has become known as Chiswick’s best kept secret and is flourishing! With her dedication to a superb quality choice of menus and delicious salads and cakes always ensures that her customers just keep coming back.
Our front of house team are proud to know over 60% of our client’s on a first name basis and “Schh! Don’t tell the husband’’ often gets said. We would love to be a regional finalist and our team would love to win the title – “it would really be something to celebrate for Grove Park and for the effort made by all of us” said Janice.
Deli of the Year is an idea created and organised by Olives Et Al, a food producer in Dorset, and supported by The Guild of Fine Food which represents the fine food sector. The competition is open to all, from the smallest post office with a tiny deli counter to high street delis and rural farm shops. The organisers believe that the deli culture is worth protecting and celebrating. Giles Henschel of Olives Et Al explains, “Last year thousands of people supported delis in their own high streets. The comments we received were amazing and we were truly staggered by the level of support for delis – we hope that we will have even more this year and that we find a deli worthy of the title Deli of the Year 2011.”
To find out more about Deli of the Year visit www.delioftheyear.co.uk
May 12, 2011