Lake Nona Deli & Market

8510 Insular Lane
Orlando, FL 32827
Closed on Monday
Open Tuesday – Saturday 11 PM to 9 PM
Sunday 11 PM to 7 PM
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Located in the heart of Lake Nona’s Village Walk, Lake Nona Deli and Market offers the community a deli, pizzeria and market in one.

Lake Nona Deli & Market Menu

This one-stop-shop offers Boar’s Head Meats & Cheeses, Olde Hearth Bread’s, Latitude Foods, Heart of Christmas Farm, Fat Cats Gourmet Foods and also offers all local proteins from Deep Creek Ranch, Nine Mine Ranch and Lake Meadow Naturals. Not to forget organic honey, coffee, jerky, and so much more!

I love the eggs from Lake Meadow Naturals and my milk from Latitude Foods. The cage-free chicken eggs from Lake Meadow Naturals are the freshest eggs and you can definitely taste the difference. They are worth every penny. I have also bought my quail eggs from there to make my famous Seafood Asparagus Soup!

I have converted over to Q-Fresh Cream on Top Milk from the Organic Valley Milk that I normally buy from Publix. The prices are comparable but the Q-Fresh Cream on Top Milk taste much better than the Organic Valley, especially in the case of baking! It is thicker and has a sweeter taste than other milks. If you are a milk drinker, I highly recommend trying the Q-Fresh Milk from Latitude Foods. If you do not want a thicker milk with the cream on top than go with the whole milk; it will make your cereal taste even better! 

I am considered a regular to the deli, I pretty much go here on a weekly basis to pick up my supply of deli meats, bread, eggs, milk and the occasional large pizza to-go for those quick dinner nights. They have variety of great pizzas and their sandwiches are pretty good too! They use bread from Olde Hearth Bread’s which makes a really good Cuban sandwiches or any other pressed sandwiches. I have had their pizzas and a few of their sandwiches so far. I have taken my bread-snob friend to this deli for lunch and he has added the deli to our lunch rotation.

This place is a little difficult to get to; it is in a gated community of Village Walk and the deli is for “Residence Only.” So what do you do? Give the deli a call, they can have you as their guest and soon enough you are going to start telling people that you “got a guy” or  have a source for local proteins.

I am a huge supporter of Lake Nona Deli and Market only because they offer a quality product at a fair price and they are great supporter of local farms and vendors. Vendors like our friends at Fat Cat Gourmet Foods.

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8 Responses to “Lake Nona Deli & Market”

  1. February 15, 2012 at 8:44 am #

    I must go check them out ASAP!

    • Pearleen Buchala
      February 15, 2012 at 8:56 am #

      I guess the buzz word for you was “Baking.” ;o) They are great! Just ask to speak with Rebecca and she will take care of you.

  2. February 15, 2012 at 8:49 am #

    What a great little secret! Thanks for sharing. I’m totally going this week.

    • Pearleen Buchala
      February 15, 2012 at 9:50 am #

      OHHH yeah! I love it there! By they way they cater too! And I think they are going to start delivering orders in mid March 2012.

  3. February 15, 2012 at 9:05 am #

    Great article, Pearleen! This is one of our new favorite places too. Great people, great pizza and sandwiches — and a great selection of local products. (Thanks for the name-drop!) Let us know when you’re heading over next so we can share a pie!

  4. Shelby
    February 19, 2012 at 9:54 am #

    Pearleen have you tried the strawberry drinkable yogurt at the deli? I really like it!

  5. mel
    June 25, 2013 at 12:12 pm #

    Gated community? Call ahead for permission to be a guest? Seriously?!? Haves and have-nots, taken to a new level. Even if you can afford fresh and healthy food, now you need a secret codeword. Disgusting.


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