Make It Meaty: The London Butchers Delivering

Published . By Tom Edwards.

I know I’ve been partial to a nice cut of steak before - or maybe even a caramelised onion sausage moment if I’m feeling really fancy but with lock down, I've had to cut down on my carnivorous ways. Not for much longer. We’ve found a list of the London butchers that are delivering the goods to our homes (with both online shops and takeaway options). Not a meat eater? There might be a cheeky vegan option lurking in this list (you’ll just have to read to find out).

Turner & George

Offering beef, mutton, lamb, pork AND poultry, this Angel-based butcher has great options for anyone's meaty preference. Not sure what you like? They even deliver a taster box filled with fine cuts for you to cook up and enjoy. If all else fails and you decide a friend is in need of a treat instead, you can spoil them with a gift card to be redeemed at Turner & George online.

Available to order from their website.

Turner & George London Butchers

This Angel-based butcher has got all your meat needs covered.

The Ginger Pig

Keeping it simple with beef, pork and lamb options is The Ginger Pig, with locations all over London. They’re known for their expertise in crafting delicious sausages from typically unsold meat, a process that usually results in long lunchtime queues. Even better news, this famous butcher is now offering its award-winning sausage rolls for home delivery, along with a wide selection of cuts and an assemblage of meat boxes for slightly larger dinner orders.

Available to order from their website.

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Those famous sausage rolls can now be delivered to your home.

M.Moen & Sons

It may be reared in Scotland but M.Moen & Sons’ meat is delivered directly to your home. Expect cuts of grass-fed beef and free-range lamb, as well as Surrey pork and quality poultry. This Clapham-based butcher also boasts a delicatessen for all of your charcuterie, pâté or cheese needs and if you’d like to support smaller farms along with family butchers then this is the place.

Available to order by emailing orders@moen.co.uk found on their website.

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If you're looking to support smaller farms, this is your best bet.

The Camden Grocer

Not only have The Camden Grocer teamed up with Turner & George to get their meat, they’re also still offering all of their grocery items for delivery as well. Order in some premium blackcurrant & sloe gin jam and pair it with a freshly baked sourdough. Or why not stock up on some essentials like pasta, rice and grains? The cherry on top of the cake (or the garlic butter on top of the steak)? They’re offering discounts for key workers. If your postcode is NW1, N1, NW3, NW5, NW8 or WC1 then get started on your home delivery order.

Available to order from their website.

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Grab some wine, cheese or any other essentials to go with your butchery delivery.

The Butchery

Their name may be minimal but their selection of meat is certainly not. This Southeast London butcher is known for their assortment of cuts from different breeds of animal from all over the UK. They’ve even got more off-the-wall options such as rib and bone marrow sausages and pear, date and ale chutney. A full list of postcodes that The Butchery deliver to can be found on their website. Fair warning however: you’ll only be able to enjoy this perk from South and East London.

Available to order from their website.

The Butchery

Mix up your usual meat offering with The Butchery's boxes.

Mac & Wild

Usually our place to go for authentic and hearty Scottish food, Mac & Wild is now opening their doors (not physically) and allowing you to order meat directly from their Scotland-based farms. Being extra as always, expect huge hampers like the ‘meat survival box’ filled with over £200 worth of… you guessed it, meat. Other boxes include the ‘breakfast box’, the ‘muscle box’ and the ‘family meat box’ which contains enough protein for the week. 

Available to order from their website.

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The purveyors of great Scottish dining are getting their goods down to the capital.

Cobble Lane Cured

Although their little factory may not be open to the public, this Islington-based butcher is committed to kitting Londoners out with meat whilst we’re at home. Cobble Lane Cured specialise in cured meats, which they cut, smoke and hang themselves. One click onto their online store is enough to get your mouth watering, with options like beef jerky, fennel and garlic salami, and 'Nduja sausage. 

Available to order from their website.

Cobble Lane Cured

At home charcuterie board? Check out Cobble Lane Cured.

Sgaia Foods

Offering plant-based and vegan meat options, Sgaia Foods is the brainchild of two Italians who came to England in 2011. Expect an entirely vegan product range, including hot chilli salamino and an absolutely mouth-water sage and onion fillet roast. If you’re taking advantage of a garden (lucky you) then Sgaia Foods have got you sorted with their vegan BBQ bumper pack - filled with streaky bacon, smoked steaks and burger patties.

Available to order from their website.

Sgaia Foods Delivery

No meat, no problem; Sgaia foods is making incredible vegan alternatives. 

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