Why Shop At Crombies

1.You Can Be Assured We Know Exactly Where Our Meat Comes From.

You can rely on us to source the best of Scottish meats. As members of the “Scotch Butchers Club,” we are approved stockists of “Scotch Beef”, “Scotch Lamb” and “Specially Selected Scotch Pork”. Much of our meat is procured directly from selected farms, including our beef, chicken and our outdoor bred pork. Our vension is taken from Scotland’s finest wild red deer.

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2. Extensive Product Range.

Variety is the spice of life and with a host of award winning meat products you really are spoilt for choice at Crombies. We boast over 40 different recipes in our speciality sausage range, superb steak pies, dry-cured bacon, haggis, black pudding, and many kitchen-ready products, so whether you want a quick and easy supper or a banquet fit for a king we’ve got it covered.

We also have a Deli department with pastries, salads, cooked meats, cheeses and – ideal for lighter lunches.

3. Service with a Smile

You, our customer, comes first in all we think and do. Our team has been selected not only for their butchery experience but also for their personable approach. We’re always happy to share our knowledge and welcome questions and suggestions so we can continually improve the service we offer.

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4. Convenience

We know how busy modern day living is so we endeavour to make your Crombies shopping experience as convenient as possible.

Online: All online orders are processed by one of our in-store butchers so you’ll receive a personal call to ensure that delivery fits with your schedule.
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Our Broughton Street Shop: We open our doors early, Monday to Saturday, with deliveries happening on a daily basis so our butchers counter is always a pleasure to browse.

Call and Collect: Know what you want? Give us a call and we’ll put your order to one side ready for you to pick up at your earliest convenience.

5. Traditional Preparation to Exceed Modern Expectations

Our meat is traditionally metured (hung), with steak cuts given up to 4 weeks and then skilfully prepared to ensure trim levels and tenderness do not disappoint.