Lewis of Radlett, Traditional Butcher

To really know us, you have to go back to the 1850s and if you cannot remember that far back, here’s a picture of how we looked back then. Ok, it’s a bit grim looking and over time, we have changed names, owners and thankfully standards, but the point is, there has been a traditional butcher’s in Watling Street, Radlett for over 100 years.

cox shop front
So, that’s the history stuff over and now more about us, Lewis of Radlett. As a local butcher, we believe it is important to offer our customers a range of high quality meats at competitive prices. Our Master Butcher Ken’s vast experience and understanding of the butchering of all types of beef, pork, lamb, veal, and poultry, allows us to offer cuts not always available in pre-packed supermarket products.

We also aim to offer our customers not only the best cuts and value prices, but satisfaction. When you enter our shop, you will find a warm welcome (or a cheeky comment!) and an array of products to tempt you, including the sausage bar. This is the go to place for something different. Each week we will be introducing ‘Sausage of the Week’, it could be cider and pork or our best selling chicken and apricot. We’re even open to suggestions. Come in and tell us your idea for a sausage flavour combo, the best flavour will be made up into sausages.

However, we’re not all about sausages. We also have a quality supply of game and charcuterie. If you have a special occasion coming up and want to go a bit wild, we can order you grouse, partridge, duck, boar, goose, turkey or venison. Speak to one of the team or call us and we will be more than happy to help you.

So, that’s us Lewis of Radlett, but the best way to get to know us though is to come in, take a look around the shop, speak to Ken or Jamie and try us out. Ask to be signed up for our email list and we will let you know when we are running special offers, what the ‘Sausage of the Week’ is, and about our tastings and knife sharpening workshops.

Lewis of Radlett, a very modern, traditional butcher!