There’s nothing more us ladies love than cheesy gooey goodness and a glass of booze to wash it all down, which is why our brie-fuelled veins are pumping with excitement. A Cheese Bar dedicated to the two is coming to London stat.
It is masterminded by Matthew Carver who has been running street food van The Cheese Truck for the past three years and serves hungover festival-goers cheese toasties and other delicious delights all over the country. Peoples’ love for his simple but effective culinary offerings have helped him crowdfund his way to a restaurant. Pretty damn cool. Us ladies need cheese and we aren’t afraid to pay for it.
The restaurant will soft launch in The Stables market in Camden, London, on 23 March and guests will have everything on offer from well…cheese to…beer. Yep, that’s it. Now that everyone is jumping on the niche restaurant vibe (mayonnaise, gin bars, crisps and dip), we can’t think of a better offering than this one.
The Cheese Bar will serve Cheese Truck favourites from the Cropwell Bishop Stilton with bacon and pear chutney grilled cheese sandwich to simple but irresistible mozzarella sticks. But it will also throw in some new offerings including the Queso Fundido, or the Breakfast Poutine, with bacon gravy, candied pancetta, a fried egg and cheese curds from Gringa Dairy says hot-dinners.com. We’ll take one of those now please. Yes for ourselves. Plus you can enjoy your cheesy creation with one of the many craft beers on offer. What more can you ask for?
With over 30 British cheeses on offer, the Cheese Bar will champion urban cheesemakers living in greater London. And if that isn’t enough for you ladies, they’ll be serving up puddings such as dark chocolate ice cream sundae made with Beenleigh Blue ewes milk cheese. We all do have separate stomachs for dessert after all.
23 March might be a little way off, but we’ll let you in on a little secret. The restaurant is actually already partially open for take-away orders with a limited menu on offer. So head on down for a test run and make your day a gouda one (sorry, not sorry!).