They've Got The Cure. In Camberwell.

Nape | Cannon and Cannon Deli & Meat Bar

If you’re suffering from serious meat withdrawal, then Cannon & Cannon have got the cure.

It’s going to be available at their new deli and cured meat bar, Nape, which is setting up shop in Camberwell in February next year in order to ply you with platters of melty charcuterie made from strictly British suppliers.

Their first permanent spot after a series of successful market stalls across London, highlights will include Hackney-made fennel and cubeb pepper salami and their own house nape, the English name for coppa – Italian salami made from the cured neck and shoulder of the pig, all complemented by natural wines and local craft beers.

You’ll also find whole dishes like British ‘nduja and honey on toast, duck pork and Sichuan pepper sausages, and port and juniper cured and smoked mutton with pickled walnuts. And finally, they’ll be making toasties with combos like Wiltshire ham, cheddar and leek, and the icing on the cake is a selection of “Bread Ahead” doughnuts.

That’s their sweetmeat.

NOTE: Nape is opening as a taster pop up from 8th – 24th December, and will officially launch in February 2017.

Nape | 21 Camberwell Church Street, SE5 8TR


Nape, 21 Camberwell Church Street, Camberwell, South London, SE5 8TR


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