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Battle Deli
Date: 01/06/2011

Delicatessens; one of the few establishments that are guaranteed to leave customers stunned into an open-mouthed, eyebrows-raised state of awe every time. Battle Deli is certainly no exception.
With one foot in the door, customers are immediately greeted by cheerful staff, tantalising aromas and a plethora of vibrant, freshly produced food. Whether you're a businessman in need of a quick bite or a tourist with tired legs, Battle deli offers a takeaway service or enough seating to accommodate those sampling the sit-down menu.
The black board list of sandwiches/baguettes boasts some absolute classics - the mouthwatering sweet chili crayfish is often the highlight of my week. Pastries and pies are made, in small batches, to painstaking perfection using the finest, local ingredients. There's a seemingly endless daily selection of delicious mini quiches available, alongside the generously-sized homemade sausage rolls, scotch eggs, pork pies, homity pies and ingenius lasagne pies.
There's also a very pleasing selection of Sussex cheeses, cured meats, crackers, biscuits, pickles, oils, sweets and just about everything you could dream of for the perfect picnic.
As if you couldn't be tempted any further - plonked right under your nose, where escape from their siren songs is virtually impossible, are the world's largest cakes and world's tastiest baked goods. Victoria Sponge, Chocolate & Cherry Cake, Carrot Cake, Chocolate Brownies, Rocky Road, Lemon Meringue Pie - it's, quite literally, like being a child in a sweetshop.
Looking for food heaven? You've just found it. Good luck fitting through the door on the way out.

Restaurant Address
58 High Street
Battle
East Sussex
TN33 0EN
01424 777810
www.ryedeli.co.uk
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