The Heston Centre
Unit 4, Victory Way
Mleczko Delicatesy Ltd is a specialist Polish delicatessen with 5 stores in the borough of Ealing selling a wide range of traditional Polish foods including meats, dairy and baked goods.
Polish Stores Accessible to English Speakers
Given the number of Polish people living in Ealing it isn’t surprising that there are a number of specialist Polish shops selling Polish food in the area, but which is the most accessible to the non-Polish speaker who wants to discover a new cuisine, benefit from competitive pricing or shop more locally than in a large supermarket?
Mleczko Delicatesy Ltd started with a single shop in 1995 in Shepherd’s Bush and has grown into a small specialist chain of Polish delicatessen in West London. They opened their first store in the borough of Ealing in Hanwell in 2000. As well as their stores in South Ealing, Hanwell, Greenford and Sudbury Hill they also have shops in the boroughs of Hammersmith and Hounslow.
Each store has between 6 and 15 staff who speak both Polish and English.
The shops are well-supported by the local Polish community in Ealing for the quality of their produce, service and pricing. As well as a loyal customer base here in Ealing, Mleczko Delicatesy Ltd also have customers who regularly travel a long way from outside London to stock up on their traditional Polish food and brands at one of their stores.
The Hanwell store has its own in-store butchers which supplies the other stores with excellent quality meat and traditional cuts.
95% of products stocked in Mleczko Delicatesy Ltd are Polish goods or brands. These include:
A wide range of cold and processed meats, including ham, salami and smoked sausages (kielbasa)
Fresh meat – especially pork, chicken and sausages
Extensive selection of dairy products including traditional Polish sheep’s cheese
Freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries including gingerbread
Pierogi traditional Polish dumplings with a variety of fillings
Pickles, relishes and soups
Tinned and fresh fruit and vegetables
Confectionary, chocolates and candies
Drinks including Polish beer, spirits and fruit juices
Newspapers and magazines
As well as traditional Polish foods, there are staples such as milk, yoghurts, ham etc. available at prices comparable to the increasingly popular supermarket discounters which make the stores attractive to a wider non-Polish market too.
You can be sure of fresh products due to the high turnover and well-organised supply chain which sees 4 trucks per week making deliveries from Poland straight to their warehouse.
There is also a loyalty card scheme to enable repeat customers to benefit from discounts.
Store Locations and Opening Times
All Mleczko Delikatesy stores are open 7 days per week
84 South Ealing Road W5 4QB Tel: 0208 567 9917
Mon – Fri: 7 am – 10pm Sat: 7 am – 10pm Sun: 9am – 9pm
124 Uxbridge Road W7 3SL
Tel: 0208 579 7300
Mon – Fri: 8 am – 10pm Sat: 8 am – 10pm Sun: 9 am – 9pm
2 Eastmead Avenue Greenford UB6 9RA
Tel: 0208 578 2777
Mon – Fri: 8 am – 10pm Sat: 8 am – 10pm Sun: 9am – 9pm
193 - 195 The High Street Acton W3 9DD
Mon – Sat: 8 am – 10pm Sun: 9 am – 9pm
137-139 Greenford Road Sudbury HA1 3QW
Tel: 0208 869 0605
Mon – Fri: 7 am – 10pm Sat: 7 am – 10pm Sun: 9 am – 9pm
Please mention The Best of Ealing when calling Mleczko Delikatesy Ltd
Delicatessens, Butchers, Food and Drink
in Ealing, West London
Acton, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Northolt, Park Royal, Perivale, Southall
The Heston Centre
Unit 4, Victory Way
Cranford TW5 9NJ
I’ve been a regular customer of Mleczko Delikatesy since they first opened their first shop. The staff are very polite, well informed on the wide range of Polish products available in the shop. The pleasant...
There can be only one thing to say about Mleczko Delikatesy, they are the best. Extremely nice and friendly staff who are always willing to help and advise. Whenever I’m shopping for Polish products, I...
There are many shops selling speciality Polish food products in my neighbourhood, but none of them have such a homely atmosphere, that is why I do my shopping at Mleczko Delikatesy.
Winter is the best season for warm soup and warm cuddles from your loved ones. Though winters in Poland don’t get extremely cold, it’s still cold enough to send chills to your body. Having said that, Polish...