This year we have put together a Christmas hamper full of delicious treats for you or a friend to enjoy this Christmas.
Also included is a £5.00 voucher to spend in our store during January 2019.
Order online via our online shop or call a member of our team who will be on hand to take your order.
From specialty crafted meat products to our homemade buffet food we’ve got the skills & knowledge to provide you with all your entertaining needs.
Our friendly staff are on hand to help & advise you.
Dennis of Bexley has been in the Bexley area for over 50 years, it was previously known as JT Dennis & sons. Keith Mulford, who worked as a manager in the shop since 1970, took over ownership of what is now Dennis of Bexley in 1988. With his wife Linda offering the female touch, a range of cheeses & patisseries and what was to become a hugely successful pie range, were all added to the product portfolio for Dennis of Bexley. In recent years Dennis of Bexley has relocated to a new premises, and also has opened up a new store within the food hall at Ruxley Manor garden centre. The business is now being run by daughters Wendy and Sarah, who have also introduced a flourishing buffet catering service.
As we are a family run business we are able to offer our customers, a personal shopping experience. Over the years we have managed to source the finest suppliers through extensive research and have managed to form firm relationships, ensuring you receive the highest quality. Our skilled team of butchers are always on hand to offer advice and assist.
All our products are homemade by our accomplished in house chef. Guaranteeing you delicious home cooked dishes and the very best for all your buffet catering requirements.
‘ Tasty, succulent and sensational! ’
Anthony Worrall Thompson
‘ Dennis of Bexley oozes class and quality ’
‘ Friendly run family business’
‘ I think it’s one of Britain’s tastiest dishes ’
‘ It’s great to see people so passionate about food ’
‘ Dennis of Bexley are one of my food heroes ’
|‘ Dennis provides high quality meat from one of the best farms in Britain ’
Clarissa Dickson Wright