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London: La Fromagerie

28/01/2010

Cheese image from Town and Country, La Fromagerie image from La Fromagerie.

A slice of la vie française in ol’ London town. This gourmet food store is also a fabulous lunch spot, with meals leaning towards gallic tastes…

La Fromagerie is a foodie treasure trove. It features a similar set up to Daylesford Organics but with a french twist. Essentially it’s an up-market produce store featuring a communal table where locals and in-the-know tourists, (I heard French accents around the table), come to enjoy some market-fresh meals.

It has an excellent fromagerie (of course!) featuring cheeses from the Euro region, and their chactuterie and fresh produce on offer is a level above the rest too. P. and I never wanted to leave!

  • La Fromagerie: 2-6 Moxon Street, Marylebone, London W1U 4EW
  • Tube Stop: Baker Street (take the “Central” line).

ACPC Tip: P. and I bought an absolutely delicious truffle mortadella ham – out of this world! For lunch, order the confit duck and lentil dish, if it’s still on the menu! The duck meat so tenderly surrenders to your fork and melts away in your mouth.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. 09/02/2010 12:51 pm

    I allready knew this adress from Jamie Oliver & tasted their cheeses too when I was visiting London, one year ago!

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