Mimosa delicatessen, one of the 25 businesses affected by the devastating Herne Hill flood in August of this year, is delighted to announce its official reopening.
After a three-month makeover to repair the damage caused by the flood, the deli is opening its doors to the local community again with a fresh new look. Transforming from a traditional Mediterranean style into a modern deli with coffee shop, the store retains menu favourites with the latest seasonal offers in stylish new surroundings.
Patricia Peacock, who owns and runs Mimosa with husband Jan, said: “Mimosa has been at the heart of the Herne Hill community for 14 years so we are thrilled to be open and trading again. We’re a family run business and we’re looking forward to helping our customers prepare for the busy Christmas period ahead.
“Herne Hill is renowned for its independent businesses and boutiques but the last three months have been a challenging time, with many of the shops still closed for refurbishment after the summer flood. We hope to see the community thrive again and are ready to welcome old friends and those who are yet to meet us to come and see our exciting new look.”
Christmas at Mimosa is as decadent as ever, with the now famous mince pies available throughout December along with exquisite handmade chocolates and a variety of sweet treats. French Bronze Turkeys, English Geese, Three Bird roasts as well as French ducks and guinea fowls are all available for pre-order, along with homemade stuffings, cranberry sauce and brandy butter. There is a large selection of gifts on offer, including Laguiole Steak Knives, cheese sets and butter sets as well as lots of Moroccan and English pottery. At the same time the deli continues to create a wide range of daily salads, freshly made soup, quiches and pizzas served with a range of great tasting coffees.
Located on Half Moon Lane, Mimosa is open daily from 7:30 -6pm(M-F) 9-5:30pm(Sat) & 9:30-3pm (Sundays).