• La fromagerie London
  • Patricia Michelson’s love affair with cheese began after a skiing holiday in the Alps. Returning to London with a wheel of Beaufort Chalet d’Alpage in her suitcase, she soon began selling the mountain cheese from her garden shed. Graduating from backyard to Camden market stall, the journey was then completed in 1992 when La Fromagerie opened its doors in Highbury Park. Now there are two locations, with a second store in Marylebone, and the… More info
    30 Highbury Park, London, N5 2AA
  • Neal's yard dairy London
  • Walking into a Neal’s Yard Dairy shop, the first thing that becomes apparent is the passion for the produce. Established in 1979, it is this infectious love for cheese that has led to Neal’s Yard Dairy achieving institution status in the world of cheese. With locations in Covent Garden and Borough Market, as well as new maturing rooms hidden beneath railway arches in Bermondsey, London’s lovers of Cheddar, Gloucester, and Wensleydale are well… More info
    6 Park St , London, SE1 9AB
  • Neal's yard dairy London
  • Walking into a Neal’s Yard Dairy shop, the first thing that becomes apparent is the passion for the produce. Established in 1979, it is this infectious love for cheese that has led to Neal’s Yard Dairy achieving institution status in the world of cheese. With locations in Covent Garden and Borough Market, as well as new maturing rooms hidden beneath railway arches in Bermondsey, London’s lovers of Cheddar, Gloucester, and Wensleydale are well… More info
    17 Shorts Gardens, London, WC2H 9AT
  • La fromagerie London
  • Patricia Michelson’s love affair with cheese began after a skiing holiday in the Alps. Returning to London with a wheel of Beaufort Chalet d’Alpage in her suitcase, she soon began selling the mountain cheese from her garden shed. Graduating from backyard to Camden market stall, the journey was then completed in 1992 when La Fromagerie opened its doors in Highbury Park. Now there are two locations, with a second store in Marylebone, and the… More info
    2-6 Moxon St, London, W1U 4EW
  • Paxton & whitfield London
  • With locations in London, Stratford upon Avon and Bath, Paxton and Whitfield has been one of Britain's most lauded cheesemongers for over two centuries. In 1850, Paxton and Whitfield became the official cheesemonger to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, while Winston Churchill once said that this is where “a gentleman buys his cheese.” That may have been some time (and several renovations) ago, but this charming shop still isn't lacking for prestigious… More info
    93 Jermyn St, London, SW1Y 6JE
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