Opened by ex-secretary Patricia Michelson, La Fromagerie specialises in a wide range of cheeses and savoury items as well as rare wines and preserves, and is one of the finest cheese shops in the country.
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4 Moxon StreetMaryleboneW1U 4EW
- +44 (0)20 7935 0341
- Public transport:
- Baker Street, Underground
Absolutely delicious spot for brunch! They change their menu daily so it's always something different. You can browse their shop as you wait to be seated and whet your appetite with the sight of their delectable offerings.
I went for the pancakes with figs, walnuts and mascarpone cheese and they were absolutely heavenly. My dining partner had a beef carpaccio which was just perfection...more
Not too much English spoken here, but a very helpful staff and reasonably priced food! Cheese was great and they kept bringing bread and we were stuffed! It was fun to read about cheese while eating it too :)
Not great for large groups.more
La Fromagerie is one of two cheese and wine places on the same street in the heart of Marylebone Village. It is a small and intimate place, which serves good wines, and not just the French stuff (yay!).
We went there around 10p and got a nice table. The cheese plate was good but we felt it didn't have much variety.
For wine, the Valpolicella was nice and went well with the cheese....more
This place is unusual and isn't the cheapest - however they have a great selection of high quality produce (oil, jam, cheese). I have been in a few times and found the staff slightly rude and awkward. My last trip wasn't as bad. The decor is farmers market themed and smells great - small outside sitting. The big positive is their coffee, possibly one of the best I've had.more
This place normally rates a three with me. It's never super great but the ambience is nice to chill out in.
Went there today and seriously, what is with wait staff who don't bother doing their jobs?
Got to the sign that says please wait to be seated. My pregnant wife and I stood there as waiters walked past before I eventually got bored of it and asked to sit down in the half empty...more