Deloraine Deli

81 Emu Bay Rd, Deloraine TAS, Australia


03 6362 2127

8:30-5pm Mon-Thu 8:30-9pm Fri-Sat 10am-4pm Sun

Situated in an 1880’s Georgian building, overlooking the picturesque town of Deloraine, Deloraine Deli is a licensed café, providore and evening restaurant. We are focused on local and Tasmanian wines and produce. We are on route to Cradle Mountain and just a half hour drive from Launceston or Devonport, in Northern Tasmania.
Evening dining on Friday and Saturday nights lets us showcase our amazing local produce to pair with our craft beers, beautiful wines and spirits. Daily we serve breakfast, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea including fresh filled baguettes, salads, soups, sandwiches & more. Our license allows you to enjoy wine, beer or spritits any time of day or night, you dine with us.
We provide catering for parties, local events, tours and group meetings. We stock many options for celiacs/gluten free & vegetarians. Our extensive providore range gives a sample of the products we source locally and use on the menu, so you get to taste before you buy. Our deli lines include meats, salamis, local cheeses, Tasmanian smoked salmon products, sourdough bread, chicken and port pate & gourmet pantry products.We serve locally roasted Ritual coffee and have an ever changing selection of cakes, biscuits & other delectable treats.
8:30 – 5pm Mon – Thu
8:30 – 9pm Fri & Sat
10:00 – 4pm Sun

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