ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT CHEESE AT THE CHEESE BAR
Move over brunch because there’s a new kind of bottomless coming to London and it sounds GRATE. Both Pick & Cheese in Seven Dials Market and The Cheese Bar in Camden are running all-you-can-eat cheese events throughout August to help support the British cheesemakers affected by the pandemic.
Pick & Cheese, the conveyor belt restaurant in Seven Dials Market, will be doing bottomless cheese and charcuterie for £20pp from 8th August. The menu will include the likes of Rosary goats’ cheese in a mini doughnut with rosemary honey; Spenwood with cherry & amaretto jam and Fen Farm’s Baron Bigod with marinated sweet garlic. It’ll be running Friday – Monday, and as part of the Eat Out To Help Put Scheme, if you go in on Mondays it’ll only cost a tenner per person.
The Cheese Bar in Camden will be doing bottomless raclette nights on Wednesdays, with unlimited plates of melted Ogleshield cheese on new potatoes, Crown & Queue glazed ham and cornichons. This is also part of the government scheme so it’ll only cost £9pp rather than £18pp. Bottomless bargain cheese? We’re IN.
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Pick & Cheese | Seven Dials Market, Short’s Gardens, London, WC2H 9AT
The Cheese Bar | Unit 93-94 Camden Stables, London NW1 8AH