This very British butcher's, founded in 1971 by Maurice Moen and run by his son Garry, is traditional in the best sense of the word. Meat comes wrapped in greaseproof paper and is expertly prepared and served by butchers who really know their cuts. There's a wide choice of meat and more on offer with eleven sausage varieties, pork chops, rib eye steak and streaky bacon all beautifully displayed at the four large counters. It gets very busy at the weekends when the hog roast attracts a queue that snakes out the door. You can also get deli fare including fresh herbs, vegetables, breads cheeses, olive oils and olives. It is expensive, but you get what you pay for and the old school shopping experience adds to the enjoyment.