Best Of British Deli

Bath

Guardian.co.uk says <br /><br />&quot;This is how food was before the advent of the supermarket and mass production,&quot; runs the sales pitch at this tiny deli-cafe. It certainly ticks all the boxes. Ingredients are British, &quot;100% organic&quot; and there's a real, transparent emphasis on local suppliers. Breads come from Hobbs House in Chipping Sodbury; its Godminster Vintage cheddar from nearby Bruton etc., as you can read on the chalkboards. Crucially, the end products, its gourmet sandwiches and immaculate quiches, taste fantastic. BoB's proclaimed &quot;best brownie in Bath&quot; is very good. It's biscuity without, fudgy within and full of bitter, fruity nuggets of a, presumably, high-quality, high-cocoa solids chocolate.<br /><br />http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2010/jul/02/bath-top-10-budget-restaurants

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