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My Country Delicatessen

4351 Queen St
Niagara Falls, ON  L2E 2K9

(905) 356-7916

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5 star rating
Gerry December 12, 2009
Wonderful Deli... Great European Products

THis place is #1 for food and service. Great lunch menu and great pricing foir the working folk.

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Neil Mudde July 25, 2009
Today Saturday July 25th, I took the GO train on their special summer excursion to Niagara Falls, ha...

Today Saturday July 25th, I took the GO train on their special summer excursion to Niagara Falls, had a wonderful trip, and a great time at the falls, I walked along River Road back to the Train Station, when I got to the Anglican Church I decided to see were that road lead to and I found a turn of the century town, obviously the old Niagara Falls. I walked past the My Country Delicatessen" just happened to notice the sign in the window, and as I was a bit hungry especially for soup I bought a cream of cauliflower soup, which let me tell you was "to die for" awesome flavour, amazing texture and body, there was a lady having lunch and I guess she may have been the owner, so I suggested she would put a sign on the sidewalk, indicating the deli and advertise the soups, and all sorts of other goodies one can eat. The Niagara Falls Chamber of Commerce should push the area around the trainstation since there are new travellers coming into town for the summer weekend.

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August 09, 2013

My Country Delicatessen offers these services: slaughter, deli, delicatessen.

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