Neal's Yard Dairy in Borough Market offers a stunning array of cheeses sourced from around 70 specialist cheesemakers on farms all over the UK and Ireland.
Many of the cheeses are aged in Neal's Yard Dairy's own maturing rooms under the brick railway arches of Bermondsey.
A dedicated team takes care of the cheeses, carefully turning them and sometimes brushing or washing them until they ripen.
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Neal's Yard Dairy: Borough Market
6-8 Park StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9AB
- +44 (0)20 7367 0799
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Coming from "America's Dairyland," it was a real treat when my Irish friend took me to Neal's Yard, where the staff are amazingly competent and knowledgeable about their goods.
Working with over 40 cheesemakers, Neal's Yard features cheese that is blue, hard, soft, or has a washed rind; and these can be had made from cow's milk, goat's milk, or sheep's milk. The cheeses come from all over...more
Always a favorite stop in London. The prices are right, the cheese mongers are knowledgable, and the products are delicious. The cheeses are all locally made and taste better than any I've had before.
Go for the Stichelton- a less than strong bleu.more
Cheese, cheese, this place is all about cheese and they know their stuff. I was really looking for some quality Camembert and this place seemed like a heaven to me then. The lady that helped me with my purchase was really friendly and welcoming. She really left a good impression on me and I will only buy cheese from here in the future since their prices aren't that high. Beware that they have...more
Around the corner from Borough Market, a fantastic selection of fresh sourdough breads (raisin, rye, brown) that are half-price on Wednesday.
For £2.50 (half price), I can get a round loaf the size of a dinner platter (I have to cut it in half to get it to fit in a ziplock freezer bag!).
Also get deli style odds and ends such as local jams, olives, olive oil, picalilli (sp?), and of course...more
After arriving a bit early for the borough market I wandered around some of the nearby shops. When I saw the immense wheels of cheese in their window, I had to enter. Homer had his sirens. My temptress is cheese.
This place is for cheese lovers what the Willy Wonka Factory * is for candy lovers. Shelves stacked tall with all manner of fromage. And though I've been to other emporiums with...more