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.
While Searcys might be known for its fancy Champagne selection and lush surrounds, the St Pancras spot has some swoon-worthy sharing boards. Split a platter of artisan cheeses and a homemade chutney or tuck into a meatier option - think cured ham, rosette, and saucisson.
If you didn't think Plume Wine Bar could get any better, then you'll be sadly mistaken. For nibbles and tasty cocktails in plush interiors, tuck into a local cheese platter or meat spread for £13.50. If that's not gouda enough, you can combine boards for a nice mix of both.
If you're after a cracking cheese platter in London, The Sutton Arms in Barbican has plenty to offer. The perfect place for a casual date or catch-up with friends, the pub whips up Italian and Spanish boards, alongside a wide range of beer and cider to boot.
Located in Croydon, Basil & Grape is a quaint dining destination. Decked out with string lights, greenery and tonnes of wine to boot, the hotspot is the perfect place if you want the best cheese in London. The Massima features a plethora of cured meats and cheese, as well as bruschetta, focaccia and more.
If you're craving a cheese board with wine in London, Grapeshots is a more than suitable choice. Minutes away from Liverpool Street, the boozer has plenty of wine to boot, alongside a lovely array of meats and local cheeses for as little as £10.50.
Boasting a beautiful board for just £17.95, The Refinery CityPoint is one of the more luxe places on our list. While munching, you can admire the venue's sleek bar and plush seating draped with throw pillows. Wolf down everything from salami and chorizo to sourdough and manchego.
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.
Located in Embankment, Champagne Charlies has four different charcuterie spreads, including a top-notch vegetarian mezze board. One of the best cheese places in London, the wine bar also fronts an impressive selection from Tuxford and Tebbutt stilton to Cotswold brie and manchego.
Touting over 28 varieties of sparkling wine, Prosecco House is a fabulous find. Settle into the Tower Bridge spot and pair your gorgeous glass of vino with a tonne of nibbles, from large charcuterie boards to Italian artichoke hearts and delectable morsels of 24-month-aged Parmesan chunks.
El Vino on Fleet Street has plenty to offer including fantastic sit-down dinners and fun wine tastings. But if you rather graze and sip on a tipple (or two), then check out the venue's wide range of charcuterie boards for less than £25. The Westcombe cheddar is especially scrumptious.
For a cosy wine bar, The Mug House exudes rustic chic vibes with pewter tankards and leather sofas. Chow down on a variety of artisan cheeses, served alongside other eats such as bread, olives, pickles and a top-notch list of wine. It doesn't get cheddar than that.
Located on Rodney Road, Diogenes The Dog promises everything you need for a dreamy date night. While the haunt boasts beautiful wine racks and pretty potted plants, it's the boozy cheese boards that are the real standout here. That means five alcohol-soaked cheeses served with a Sardinian flatbread.
If you're looking for a stunning spread, Cheese + Fizz Brixton are knocking up boards in a rustic chic space. You can tuck into five French cheeses for £18 or go all out and nab a selection of three cheeses, three cured meats and a scoop of tapenade.
One of the best places for a charcuterie board in London, LSQ Rooftop is a must-visit. Known for its incredible views and cocktails, the Italian haunt also whips up a platter stuffed with parma ham, salami, gorgonzola cheese, chutney crackers and more. Still hungry? The parmesan truffle fries are equally delish.
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.