Best Cheese Boards In London

If you're a big cheese lover, then you know a thing or two about a luscious charcuterie spread. Think carefully crafted crackers, beaut blocks of aged cheese, and morsels of grapes - all arranged in a pretty aesthetic. And what better way to make the most of your nibbles than at a restaurant over a glass of vino. We're breaking down the best cheese boards in London so you can get stuck into boozy platters and some top-tier cured meats.

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Last updated on 22nd May 2024




PINCH

One of the best cheese board restaurants in London, PINCH is a no-brainer for un-brie-lievable bites. The venue offers a variety of platters from £12 to £21. Its classic British one has all the like while its vegan charcuterie spread has beaut bites of plant-based cheddar and camembert.

Renegade Wine Bar

Listen up, cheddar lovers. Head over to Renegade Wine Bar near Bethnal Green Station, or their Walthamstow venue, for quality vinos and dee-licious charcuterie boards. Formerly a winery, this cosy bar is now the perfect spot to sip on wine and nibble on some yummy cheesy bites. P.S. Don't miss out on their Amazing British Cheese Board; it's to die for.

The Angel Of Bow

For fantastic fromage in a traditional pub, look no further than The Angel Of Bow. This family-owned boozer has been around since 1938, in a quirky venue which features all kinds of trinkets and cosy seats by the fire. Their delicious board comes in at just £19.95, including pasteurised goat's cheese, mature Caerphilly, tangy stilton and a soft Yarlington, served with a homemade onion chutney and biscuits.

Amelie's Wine House

On the hunt for fabulous cheese boards in the Fitzrovia area? Check out Amelie's Wine House for an epic array of grazing platters filled with various meats, cheeses and other nibbles. Pair your platter with a glass of your favourite red or white wine.

Brunch For 2

In the mood for cheese boards? Then you'll want to check out Maltby Street Wine House's brunch for two. Dig into a generous charcuterie platter made from continental cheeses, cured meats, jams, pickles and caviar, all while quaffing glasses of Champagne Not in the area? Head to Angélique's Wine House, Cecilia's Wine House, Amelies Wine House and Clemence Bar instead.

Back to Mine

Free Prosecco

If you're looking for somewhere near Liverpool Street that has a good cheeseboard on its menu, then head to Back To Mine. This vibrant cocktail bar can be found in the award-winning Exchange Quarter, serving up tasty bespoke cocktails as well as sharing platters. Pick from the British board with a selection of three cheese and there's even a vegan option from La Fauxmagerie. 

Nightjar Shoreditch

Behind an unsuspecting door just off of Old Street is the 1920s-inspired bar playing live jazz music and offering intimate candle-lit tables for revellers to huddle around and sip bespoke cocktails. Nightjar Shoreditch is also famed for its delicious snacks to accompany the likes of its rum-based Dizzy Sour and smoky Soul Kiss. Tuck into the Manchego plater featuring Spanish cheese with quince jelly and artisan crackers. 

1 Lombard Street

House in a stunning Grade II-listed building in the heart of the City, 1 Lombard Street is a pretty restaurant that has it all, including a fantastic cheese board. Book your spot for lunch or dinner and dine among tall white pillars, dome ceilings and curated artworks. Executive chef James Holden is behind a seasonal menu and the British farmhouse cheese board is worth holding out for. It features selects from Neals Yard, paired with tart, fruity chutneys. Mmmm.

Pick & Cheese

Our list wouldn't be complete without a special shoutout to the world's first cheese conveyor belt restaurant. Located inside Seven Dials, Pick & Cheese lets you chow down on unlimited charcuterie plates for an hour and fifteen minutes on Wednesdays at just £25 per person.