On Cheese Fondue Day, we look at all the best places in London where you can get this indulgent food, as well as the best London cheese eateries.
St Moritz, Soho
London’s oldest Swiss restaurant based on Wardour Street in the heart of London’s Soho, St Moritz serves a delightful variety of fondues to share. These include their Fondue Forestiere which is made with wild mushrooms, as well as their traditional Fondue Neuchateloise made with Gruyere and Emmental cheese.
Located on Redchurch Street which is a fantastic part of London to invest in, this French bistro serves a wide variety of cheese fondues. Known as a raclette and wine bar, Walluc’s most famous Fondue is made with Gruyere, garlic, Gorgonzola, and Emmental.
The London restaurant of the famous Parisian cheese merchant, Androuet serves a wide variety of specialist cheeses including raclette, as well as two kinds of fondue. Foodies can also enjoy their delightful cheeseburger or the tartiflette made with bacon, onions, herbs, and potatoes which are baked in reblochon.
Patron, Kentish Town
A tiny French deli based in Kentish Town, Patron serves a famous fondue made with Emmental Grand Crus, Gruyere d’Alpage, and Muele du Jura. This delightful mixture of cheeses is melted with a sauvignon blanc wine which gives the fondue its distinctive flavour. In addition, this fondue also comes with all the bread you can eat, so dip away!
The Cheese Bar, Camden
No list of London cheese restaurants would be complete without mentioning The Cheese Bar in Camden Market. Turophiles can indulge in cheesy meals including mozzarella sticks with marinara sauce, and blue cheese raclette with salt beef. They also have a cheese fondue which is made with no less than four cheeses; Coolea, Ogleshield, Doddington, and Mayfield. It is served with bread and pickles.