Imported foods bring locals a taste of faraway lands, from grilled Grecian columns to gummi Gothic cathedrals. Take tongues around the world in 80 bites with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of foodstuffs from The European Pantry on Chebucto Road.
With imported and artisanal treats from across the Atlantic, The European Pantry stocks hard-to-find delicacies, deli goods, and basics that make everyday and special occasions more delectable. A drizzle of Most-brand premium olive oil ($9.99 for 750 ml) infuses any dish with wisps of the Mediterranean, and pairs perfectly with a round of the pantry's homemade bread ($1.75 each). Tease be-sandwiched co-workers at mid-day with a bounty of your own fresh lunchbox delights including Greek spanakopita or tyropitas ($1.75 each), and wind down your fanciful feast with an almond shortbread cookie ($0.75 each) or dark chocolate and oatmeal macaroons ($1 each), whose decadence is acceptable as an alternative for diamonds when proposing to someone you love, or to the macaroons themselves.
Seven [Yelpers] give The European Pantry a four-star average: