Quality Delicatessen

Locally Sourced

Flavour × culture

Jewish Deli offers quality delicatessen food products, available in a few select locations across the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. We source local meats, vegetables, herbs and even our vinegar to craft the finest classic delicatessen recipes and flavours including smoked beef brisket, chicken schnitzel, half-sour dills, and beet-pickled turnip. Drop by and say hello!


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Jonathan Richler was born and raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland and his family has deep roots in Montreal, Quebec. He spent many years in Montreal and worked on The Main for the majority of them. Once he relocated back home in 2010 he dearly missed his brisket and the experiments commenced.

Jewish Deli held their first pop-up deli in 2013 at Chinched Bistro and received tremendous support from the culinary community. What started as a hobby became a tasty project and in 2014 Jewish Deli took up a weekly residence in the St. John’s Farmer’s Market and continued the pop-up momentum with a small, meat-loving team. You can find the travelling team at several other locations

Newfoundlanders and Labradorians take tremendous pride in their culture, history, and food and Jewish Deli’s menu selection honours and reflect this to the best of our ability using locally sourced food and artisans to make our products shine. Thank you for your continued interest and appetite!

Jonathan Richler

Jonathan Richler





Jewish Deli can be found at the following locations

Weekly: June - December


Special events & Festivals

Roots, Rants and Roars
SepTEMBER 18-20, 2015

This year Jewish Deli will be present and accounted for during the pre-event for the King of Cod, alongside Chinched Bistro and Five Brothers Artisan CheeseWe’re also chuffed to be helping out Caplansky during the Saturday Food Hike!

Newfoundland and labrador Folk Festival
AUGUST 7,8,9, 2015

Spread out over three exciting days, the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival will be held in scenic Bannerman Park. Operated by The Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society with a host of volunteers, sponsors and partners, the Festival is a summertime tradition that has been shared by thousands.

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