La Fromagerie

    It was a skiing holiday in the Alps that ignited Patricia Michelson's love for cheese. Making her way back to London with a slab of Beaufort Chalet d'Alpage in her luggage, Michelson soon moved from selling mountain cheese from her garden to her own cheese stall in Camden market. Her dream came to fruition in 1992, when she opened La Fromagerie in Highbury Park. Now there are 2 locations, with a second store in Marylebone, and the passion for the cheese remains unspoiled. La Fromagerie boasts maturing cellars in both its stores as well as kitchens, which make and serve soups, jams, chutneys and salads. The farmhouse cheeses are selected almost exclusively from Europe, although you’ll find Oregon’s dazzling, Rogue River Blue, stocked in the signature walk-in cheese rooms. Seasonal fruit and vegetables, baked breads and olive oil supplement the cheeses - and vitally, there’s wine too. So, whether you’re opting for Dutch Gouda, a Devon Blue or Italian Gorgonzola, there’ll be someone on hand to help match it to the correct vino. Cheese and wine: if heaven were a store, it would surely be La Fromagerie.Show lessRead more

    2-6 Moxon Street , London




    Public Transport
    Baker Street (Bakerloo, Circle; Hammersmith, Jubilee, Metropolitan)
    Regent's Park (Bakerloo)

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