A wonderful thing has a curd.
It’s called La Fromagerie, and, having gone strong for 26 years, they’ve opened a spot in Bloomsbury. They already supply some of London’s top restos, including The River Café and The Ledbury, and now they’re having a go at it themselves, having opened a fully-fledged restaurant along with their third deli.
They’ve renovated an old period building and filled it with glossy new features like dark green velvet banquettes, marble topped bars, and antique brass lighting, and aside from the al fresco dining terrace, inside you’ll find…
Out front is the walk-in cheese room, filled with wheels of the good stuff from around the world, as well as seasonal fruit, house-made chutneys and fresh bread – plus a whole collection of antique tableware for sale, gathered from markets across Europe. Then there’s,
They’re offering breakfast (and weekend brunch) on the daily, rolling out freshly baked pastries alongside larger dishes like the farmhouse breakfast, which includes three types of cheese, sausage, ham and sourdough. In the evenings, the lights are dimmed, and they serve up seasonal dishes, charcuterie and cheeseboards, and run a smoked salmon and oyster bar. The menu changes monthly, running the gamut from soups and sandwiches to pies, fondue and raclette – but whatever you plump for…
…you can rest assured, it’ll be gouda.
NOTE: La Fromagerie Bloomsbury is open daily for shopping as well as breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. You can find out more on their website HERE.
La Fromagerie Bloomsbury | 52 Lamb’s Conduit Street, WC1N 3LL
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