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.

Last updated on 6th September 2022

Fronting truffle laced salami, boozy cheeseboards and Sicilian burrata, Aspen & Meursault is a charcuterie dream. The venue has a minimalistic design, complete with gorgeous greenery and an outdoor area. Pair your nibbles with a glass of red or white vino.

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.

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.

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.