What can we say, we’re a sucker for some salumi. Here’s some of our favourite gourmet delis to stock up on small goods and artisanal produce.
Angelo St Market
A South Perth institution since 1988, Angelo St Market has garnered a reputation for the best, fresh local produce and gourmet groceries. Not only do they make a mean conti roll, they’ve got a beaut in-house bakery, a café and a massive range of international and local specialty smallgoods and cheeses.
67 Angelo Street, South Perth
The Re Store
The original! The big kahuna! When it comes to smallgoods and European imported goods, the Re Store (that’s both of them) is singular. Stock up on everything from salumi and cheese to pasta and sweets – just make sure to leave enough room for a conti roll.
72 Lake Street, Northbridge 231 Oxford Street, Leederville
This pocket rocket of a deli packs a real punch when it comes to the deli counter. Definitely the star of the show, this cabinet is positively heaving with a mouth watering display of salumi, cheese, olives and more. Another one of our conti roll faves, be sure to go at lunch time.
Shop 1b Kingsley Shopping Centre, Kingsley (Corner Kingsley Drive and Creaney Drive)
This North Fremantle providore has got. the. goods. From the glowing cabinets of salumi to the beautifully presented artisanal products – think locally made North Freo smoked sriracha, Handsome Devil pickles, or Furious Bee honey. If you need a grazing platter whipped up for your summer soiree, these guys do some lush catering, too.
Unit 1, 82 Stirling Highway, North Fremantle
Black Pig Deli & Co.
Having friends over for a drink, or maybe a special date night? Black Pig Deli & Co. owners Adam and Marissa have been making top shelf charcuterie for years under the Poach Pear label, and you can get their products – as well as other local artisan producers at the deli. For ultra cheese addicts, you can join their charcuterie and cheese club for a monthly dose of hand picked products.
4/890 Beaufort Street, Inglewood
Lo Presti and Son
First established in 1932, before moving to East Fremantle in 1964, Lo Presti and Son are some OGs when it comes to continental delis. You won’t be able to go past its charming, very Freo shopfront filled with wooden crates and olive oil cans. Not only do these guys do a ripper conti, but you can get it (and their antipasto trays!! I think that warrants an extra exclamation point…) delivered via UberEats.
170 Canning Highway, East Fremantle
Up your cheese board game with a trip to Smoults, where you can stock up on an amazing selection of cheese, charcuterie and artisan pantry items (think olive oil, marinades, sauces and more). Definitely make sure to go on an empty stomach, so you can take advantage of their ready to go lunches – not to mention their selection of sweets.
186 Whatley Crescent, Maylands
Del Basso Smallgoods
If you’ve ever driven through Osborne Park, you can’t have missed the Del Basso sign. This gleaming il tricolore is like a beacon, calling you and your empty stomach in for smallgoods, conti rolls and pizza by the slice. A true treasure of the industrial area.
4 Frobisher Street, Osborne Park
Cover photo of Lo Presti and Son in East Fremantle