Squisito opening hours are
Wednesday 1pm - 7pm from 21st March
Thursday 10am -7pm
Friday 10am -7pm
Saturday 10am -7pm
Sunday 10am -7pm
We open normal hours on Good Friday, Easters Sunday, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve 2019.
We offer free Wi-Fi and you can have a cup of Cornish Tea or Alex's 100% Arabica coffee or even a soft drink that won't put your children on the ceiling.
To place an order or join our entertaining emailing list just use the mail box to the right or click here
Squisito Butchers & Provisions is conveniently located 5 minutes from the A5, A14 and M1 Junction 18 where it meets the M6 and 5-10 minutes walk from Skew Bridge West in Yelvertoft near Yelvertoft Marina.
OUR FARMERS MARKETS
Grandborough Farmers Market St Peter's Church 1st Thursday of the month
Kings Heath Farmers Market Birmingham, 1st Saturday of every month
Moseley Farmers Market Birmingham, last Saturday of every month
MAC (Midlands Arts Centre) Food Market 4th Sunday of every month
Food Festivals - Subscribe to mailing list for details.
BigBarn online farmers market - order direct from multiple producers 24/7 x 365 days in one click! Squisito have a limited range of popular products at present - you don't get a supermarket full of fresh food in one click without someone to make it first!
FIND US AT
Squisito Butchers & Provisions
46 High Street
Tel 01788 824 123
From the M6 junction 1 come off at Rugby and head towards Lutterworth and turn right onto the A5 at the Texaco garage. From the M1 junction 19 at Lutterworth take the first left towards Rugby then turn left onto the A5 at the Texaco garage roundabout (known as The Gibbet).
Squisito is just off the A5 Watling Street so take the left hand turning for Lilbourne just past the first wind turbine on the top off the hill when heading South.
From the South come off M1 junction 18 and head North on the A5. Go past the truck stop and Rugby radio masts then turn right towards Lilbourne as you head up the hill.
In both cases go through Lilbourne, over the motoway bridge to the end of the lane then turn right into Yelvertoft at the junction.
From the A14 come off at junction 1, take the A5199 exit to Welford then
turn right onto A5199 after 0.3 miles and continue for another 0.7 miles
before taking the 1st right. Do a slight right onto Main Street after 0.6 miles then a slight left onto West Haddon Road after 3.1 miles. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A428 then turn right into Yelvertoft towards the High Street which starts at the canal bridge.
If coming from Skew Bridge No. 19 on the Grand Union canal (between Yelvertoft Road Bridge No. 20 and Flint Hill Bridge No. 18 not far from Crick Wharf and Crick Boat Show) in Yelvertoft you can moor by the bridge and walk down the High Street or stop at Yelvertoft marina. Squisito are just past the Knightly Arms pub.
Squisito give free local delivery so just call to to have your dinner ready when you get home or when you arrive at Crick Marina or Yelvertoft Marina! Squisito is in the Pearson Canal Companion - East Midlands guide and we have copies in the shop.
Parking is free for dogs, horses and cars. There are no traffic wardens in Yelvertoft!
Landline: 01788 824123
email: click here
Squisito come from a village that lost all it's shops so we've rebuit the Victorian butchers shop in Yelvertoft village in Northamptonshire off the A5/A14/M1/M6 near Rugby and Skew Bridge No. 19 and Yelvertoft Marina on the Grand Union canal - The Butchery, 46 The High Street, Yelvertoft, NN6 6LQ, telephone 07544428165.
WE ARE OPEN WEDNESDAY 13TH TO SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 10am
OPEN 10am - 7pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Veganuary then from 1pm Wednesday's from 21st March. You can order food made to order for home delivery by calling Alex on 07544 428 165 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org For
We offer personal service and our staff can cook and talk to you knowledgeably about our ingredients and products and those that we retail. All of our produce is labelled for gluten and all of our UK produce is labelled by 'food miles' from the producer and county they are made. In many cases, these producers are our colleagues at farmers market. To read more about our food provenance click here
Unless it's a Friday morning don't expect to see lots of Sara's Homemade Faggots in Caremelised Onion Gravy or her Steak & Cattthorpe Praetorian Porter Pies anymore than you would if you visit your Gran expecting tea and Victoria sponge cake without letting her know you are coming. So, if you are coming a distance and fancy something in particular like truffles, wild boar or fresh veal it pays to ask. We're not T&*co!
On the other hand, if you are looking for homemade food made with quality local ingredients without additives or artificial preservatives and an alternative to processed food from who-know-where then Squisito might just be the kind of shop you would like.
“It was an absolute pleasure to meet you and your family the other day. It was like finding
a treasure trove in the middle of the bush.” Tom
Disappointed by supermarket fish Squisito started 'Fish On Fridays' - a fresh approach to fish. As you probably know, good fresh fish is pretty damned scarce in Rugby, Daventry, Lutterworth and Northampton so we call on our friends with UK owned and UK manned boats in Cornish waters. Choice will be limited to what is caught by the boats of Port Isaac and Newlyn rather than what can be frozen at sea but it is fresh. To read "How your supermarket 'fresh' fish can be THREE weeks old" click here
Being a little village shop in the furthest place from the sea that means Squisito take orders from our regular customers by email or phone. To find out what fish is available this Friday and what you can order for next Friday click here