Deli Planet

Contact details

Telephone: 02 6295 8067
Email: info@deliplanet.net.au

Deli Planet is a traditional Italian/European style deli and has been operating at the Fyshwick Markets since 1980. They have the largest selection of cheeses in Canberra and are a quality supplier of small goods and specialty products to the people of Canberra and neighbouring regions.

Their products include their own range of fresh pasta and frozen ravioli; their ever-popular home made piadinas; gluten-free products including meats; traditional Italian baccala (salt cod), pancetta, double-smoked port neck and more; Pangallo’s Woodfired Italian Bread and their popular pizza bases; Dom’s Wood Fired Italian Bread; and over 150 varieties of cheese. You can choose from a range of deli meats, condiments, cheeses, anti pasta, dips, sauces, oils, vinegarsand much, much more!

Deli Planet now also sell wine, specialising in local and Italian wines.

Deli Planet is a family operated business which have a team of highly dedicated staff who are ready to advise you. It is a haven for the true gourmet and love to create a great shopping experience.

So why not drop in for a coffee, freshly made pizza, focaccia, the list goes on and plan what you can do with their wide range of products to make your next cooking experience a very special one.

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