Thitsa's Market & Deli cafe and gourmet food store features a menu inspired by a fusion of flavours of the Mediteranian and California, fresh products, in house roasted meats, baking, and homemade comfort foods.
I have had lunch here 3 times and have been very impressed. It is run by sisters, partners and a nephew with a Greek influence. The actual soup, sandwich and salads on offer seem to be more of a Mediterranean mix with considerable California inspiration. They are very friendly and greet all very warmly. The Roast Beef with horseradish sauce on Chibatta bread was 100% excellent. Flavour filled beef sliced just right. It was topped with three types of vegetables (as I recall) and not the usual lettuce and tomato slice. It was served with celery sticks and a Greek sauce on the side. They have some homemade desserts like cookies and muffin - a limited choice but high quality.
On another day I had a sliced smoked turkey Panini - I don’t know the cheese used but the taste combination was wonderful.
Nicely decorated inside the shop and cafe features some unusual gourmet items mixed in with same products all good deli food stores offer. They have about 8 indoor table and several outdoor seats. They do more outdoor seating in summer.
The coffee didn't appeal to me at all. I commented yesterday on how good the food was (January 14th 2012) and they said others had commented. So they are installing a proper espresso machine. I will certainly keep coming back.
They do dinners once night aweek for seniors and it seems necessary to book.
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