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
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
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 * - 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
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