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.
Venue Details & Map
4 Moxon StreetW1U 4EW
- +44 (0)20 7935 0341
- Public transport:
- Baker Street, Underground
Top 5 reviews of La Fromagerie
Swung by for a quick lunch. They have prepackaged sandwiches when you walk in for £4.5, which is such a steal. The special for that day was eggplant, dried tomato (so good!), capretta toscana, and greens on a delicious focaccia. Picked up some apples to round out a satiating meal. It's an in and out kind of place, and I'd highly recommend it. My suggestion: buy a sandwich and drink and eat it... more
My favorite breakfast of brunch spot in Marlyebone area. The feeling of sitting in the middle of a grocery store is curious and fun. It feels like you're in London. The David Mellor designs and made cutlery is a bonus. 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
La Fromagerie quite possibly might be my favorite shop in all of London so many gourmet choices for all things for the foody or aspiring foody. Love love love the cheese room and their cheesemonger is an excellent resource for finding that special cheese! Ask to try some to see what ya like. I get excited every-time I walk into this shop. more
Wonderful boutique with fabulous cheeses in a shoppe right out of the turn of the century. Of course, it is modern but it is fashioned after the stores of yore which makes the experience all the more pleasant. If you don't have time to shop, just open the door, take a whiff and continue on your way. Your olfactory senses will be dancing in your brain all the way to the end of the street. more