La Fromagerie

4 out of 5 Based on 64 reviews

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La Fromagerie

4 Moxon Street
+44 (0)20 7935 0341


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4 out of 5 based on 64 reviews

Top 5 reviews of La Fromagerie

4.0 out of 5 26 September 2013
by Roger D.

This review is only for breakfast as I have not shopped in the grocery store. Service is always good and I really enjoy the atmosphere from the heavy wood furniture and wood floors while surrounded by gourmet grocery, including the most amazing selection of English and European cheeses.

I have found the coffee to be hit or miss. They serve it in a French press (or cafetiere as it is called...more

4.0 out of 5 12 September 2013
by Arturo G.

this is one of those places that makes wifey and I want to move to London. The selection of cheese is amazing, and it's a shame that potential US customs issues kept us from buying half of their stock!

We als had a very lovely brunch. All of the ingredients were extremely fresh and seemed as if they had been brought from some hidden farmland behind the store.more

5.0 out of 5 28 July 2013
by Ellie P.

If you like cheese, this is the best place to visit in London. And I've eaten a lot of cheese.

They have a whole refrigerated room full of cheese, from local English favourites to France, of course, and beyond.

If you sit down for a meal, you can't make reservations but you can enjoy delicious platters of cheese. On my most recent visit, I enjoyed the two platters available for breakfast...more

4.0 out of 5 26 January 2013
by Att A.

4 * - Ambience

4 * - flavor and selection of cheeses

4* - selection of locally sourced goods

4* - service

Had the large cheese board and the beef charcuterie.

Admittedly I just came out a 10 hour flight, eating raw beef and eating cheese wasn't quite the best thing for my lactose-intolerant tummy but even in my jet-lagged dazed, I appreciated the the flavors and the atmosphere.more

4.0 out of 5 18 November 2012
by Jonathan E.

Shakespeare wrote about this place:

"This blessed clot, this earth, this realm, this cheese."

Fromage is actually just part of this gourmet shop/eatery. My review isn't based on eating here, but rather shopping here. For cheese.

Here you'll find - in a special climate controlled and glass-sealed room - a very nice variety of cheese from all over the world (though mostly Europe). Unlike...more