Fantastic meat from Cornwall

We select the very best suppliers for our butchery because we want to ensure you get the finest cuts of local meat and poultry. We also pride ourselves on the friendly and knowledgeable service from our skilled butchers, who prepare all our meat in-house.  If there’s a particular cut or preparation you require, just let them know, and they’ll be happy to help.

All our beef is supplied by Launceston-based Master Butcher and Farmer, Philip Warren and his son, Ian. The Warrens supply around 20 Michelin starred restaurants including top London names as well as the crème de la crème of the food scene in Cornwall.

Our pork and lamb is supplied by JV Richards of Perranwell – just 5 miles away from the store. They source their animals from local farms and from Truro Livestock Market.

We stock a wide selection of bacon and gammons from the Cornish Farmhouse Bacon Company of Bude, and of course no Cornish butcher could be without hogs pudding.  We make ours to a secret recipe, for boiling at home or ready-cooked and sliced.

Our poultry is 100% free range, including all portions, and comes from Wicketts Farm Produce, also of Bude, and Creedy Carver of Crediton.

Tom our Butchery Manager is an experienced chef (and fishmonger) and he and his team love nothing better than helping out with suggestions for a special meal or event and are very happy to chat things through to help you get exactly what you’re looking for.  Any of our meat can be ordered ahead by calling our butchery direct on 01872 306064.

A word about our beef supplier, Philip Warren

Philip Warren should know a thing or two about meat – his family have been graziers and butchers since 1880, with a shop in Launceston all that time. Perhaps this is why he understands that being in it for the long term means working with farmers who in turn work with the countryside.

Perhaps because of his location, surrounded on either side by Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor, Philip Warren is one of the few butchers who recognise the quality and value of moorland livestock.

Livestock farming on the moor is in a perilous position because moorland animals, which can’t compete with the large commercial beasts that have been bred specifically to produce more meat, tend to fetch a poor price. However, Warren’s Butchers prefer the suckled native breeds from the moors, fed by the mother for eight months then reared slowly on moorland heather and gorse and a healthy outdoors existence, yielding meat that is a glorious ruby red laced with fat the colour of Cornish clotted cream.

We are the only retail butchery supplied by the Warrens apart from their own shops and we are very proud to be working with a business that has such a fantastic reputation for quality, consistency and a rich understanding of animal, farmer, countryside and customer.