Amid the closures, curfews, and reduced seating, it feels like there’s not a lot of good news on London’s restaurant scene right now. Things are basically - for want of a better word - shit. Before we all disappear down the rabbit hole of misery, there is some positive out there, namely in the shape…
The Cheese Bar
Following the success of Archie, the cheese truck that tours festivals and London, Mathew Carver is opening a permanent cheesy outpost. The Cheese Bar will be located in Camden Stables after a successful crowdfunding campaign to help him open a restaurant.
The Cheese Bar will serve many of the goodies The Cheese Truck is famous for, including the Cropwell Bishop, Bacon and Pear Chutney Sandwich. There will also be dishes unique to the North London restaurant such as a 'sexy Mexican fondue' and a dessert of dark chocolate ice cream, honey and Beenleigh blue - a ewes' milk cheese from South Devon.
The Cheese Bar has the same ethos as Archie, with the aim to support London cheese producers from dairies in Peckham through to Acton. As well as being able to choose from 30 different types of British cheese, there will also be a huge range of craft beer.
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
The Cheese Bar, Unit 93 and 94 Camden Market, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8AH
Camden Town (Tube)