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Sawers Belfast

5-6 Fountain Centre, College Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 6ES
Sawers Belfast


Sawers is a family business established in 1897 that has always prided itself on stocking an extensive range of quality foods. Described as an Aladdin's Cave of culinary delights, Sawers is as famous in Belfast as the Titanic and in fact supplied the R.M.S. Titanic with olives, cheese and more for it's onboard functions.

With our extensive range of over 200 cheeses you're sure to find what you're looking for. We only import the best, from all the classics from around the world to local artisan producers right here in Northern Ireland. Our seafood counter is like no other. As well as bringing you the finest cuts of fresh fish including Cod, Salmon, Herring, Monkfish and Seabass. We also offer a wide selection of cooked seafood ranging from local delicacies to the finest Italian cuisine. We have selected the best companies to stock our charcuterie counter, ensuring you get the finest salamis, sausages & cured hams including Parma, Serrano and Iberico Ham.

If you're feeling hungry why not try something from the gourmet Deli Bar. Serving the best Focaccia breads, wraps, bagels & paninis filled with the freshest ingredients, delicious gourmet salads prepared daily and exquisite Italian pastries. Accompanied with the finest teas and coffees sourced from around the globe, you'll find the perfect lunchtime meal. So why not call in today and discover the vast array of luxury food carefully selected from all over the globe. Our goal is to provide our customers with a first class service unparalleled anywhere in Northern Ireland.

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