Suburb SW11 in Clapham are bringing you the best of both worlds, where you can crack on with cocktails and hunker down to a night of fondue thanks to their cheesy offering. Expect a side of all the classics: veggie, potatoes and bread, all perfect for dunking.
Where To Find Great Fondue in London
Yeah, yeah, food is great and all, but have you ever tried dunking your dinner in molten cheese? London's best fondue pop-ups are taking bread, meat, pickles and veg and elevating it to godly status with a simple pot of melted heaven. So whether you're on a date or just feeling all kinds of hungry, check out this Swiss tradition at the best fondue restaurants and events in London.
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Keeping things seriously Swiss, Heritage is a Soho restaurant that takes the fondue to high-end places. Get your fill of meaty plates and raclette brimming with luxury options for a cheese experience in souped-up Alpine space.
Not just a zinger for views across London, The Rooftop St James have also teamed up with Veuve Clicquot to launch the Sky High Winter Chalet; complete with Champagne cocktails, wooden dining pods, and deliciously cheesy fondue.
If you're after fondue in Farringdon, White Haus know what's up. A Swiss restaurant erring on the side of cosy pub, this après ski spot is coming up trumps in the molten cheese department with a classic fondue at £10 per head, plus a chocolate version for afters.
An entire bar dedicated to dairy is a pretty good place to start when seeking out the best London fondue. Located in Camden, this cute little spot serves up the melted stuff alongside more solid options, such as the epic goat's cheese, honey, walnut, and rosemary butter toastie.
Not only is it one of the most beautiful bars in London, but Dalloway Terrace is also a treat for the tastebuds too. This festive season they're bringing a slice of Switzerland to Fitzrovia, with cowbells nestled into pine tree foliage and a cheese-filled menu, including a scrumptious fondue.
Hearing your cries for 'MORE CHEESE PLEASE' is Champagne + Fromage in South London. A neighbourhood spot in the heart of Brixton village, you'll be dunking in baked camembert and indulging in raclette - not only once winter rolls around, but pretty much all year long.
If you consider yourself a bit of a cheese connoisseur, chances are La Fromagerie is already on your radar. Head to the Bloomsbury outpost for a shop dedicated to the stuff, masterclasses, and one hell of a fondue in their upstairs restaurant.