If the key to your heart is delicious, well-presented charcuterie (trust us, the feeling’s mutual), you’ll want have a notepad at the ready. We’ve rounded up the top spots to get your charcuterie on this season...
Yes, we know that antipasto is not technically the same as charcuterie, BUT when it comes to a selection of delicious cured meats, VICI deserves a mention. Pair their delicate prosciutto di parma, truffle salami or smoked mortadella with one of their many moreish cheeses, and you’ll be well on your way to a fantastic feast.
The Charming Squire
Friday drinks are always better when they involve charcuterie from The Charming Squire. Serving up a delicious plate adorned with cured meats, marinated olives, bread, assorted cheese, grilled vegetables, pickles, dips, stuffed peppers, and marinated artichoke, they know how to please.
Start your dinner in style with a selection of cured meats, olives, pickles and crackers from The Jetty. With the option to add brie or cheddar (in our eyes, a no brainer), their antipasto platter is serious goals.
You can always count on the French when it comes beautiful tasting (and looking) charcuterie, and may we just say, Aquitaine is no exception. Including a selection of cured meats, seasonal pickles, condiments, and toasted bread, their charcuterie platters can be customised to feed two or four people.
Again, it may not be a traditional ‘charcuterie’ but boy does the Tabla De Ibéricos platter from Olé impress. Featuring all of your favourite Iberian cured meats, Spanish cheeses, pickles and more, this platter is perfect to share on date night.
Poppies Cocktail Bar
Reimagining the Next Door Kitchen & Bar space, Poppies Cocktail Bar has just landed on Little Stanley Street, and let’s just say, if their selection of locally cured meats is any indication of their new direction, we are totally here for it. The new menu is *chefs kiss* fantastic!