La Fromagerie

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A significant contributor to Marylebone’s reputation as a foodie hub, Patricia Michelson’s cheese shop does so much more besides. The shelves are loaded with all manner of fromage-friendly goodies as well as chocolates, fruit & vegetables, while the contents of the cheese room itself are served in the studiously simple café area at the back. Take a seat at the huge communal table or on one of the benches & enjoy a carefully chosen selection of artisan specimens at their peak; alternatively, pick a mixed charcuterie plate, a hot pie or savoury tart at lunchtime, or even one of the rich sweet treats. The care lavished on the cheese is sometimes missing elsewhere (dusty shelves, dried-out cake) but that doesn’t deter fans, who love La Fromagerie’s comfortable, just-dropped-in atmosphere.

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La Fromagerie

2-6 Moxon Street ,London W1U 4EW

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by   platinum reviewer (51)

Sep 2011

A cosy little bistro experience, ideal for a nice lazy lunch. Although away from the cheese platter it was a little surprising that cheese didn’t feature that highly on the menu. Be prepared to spend lots in the cheese room on your way out!

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 7
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 7

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La Fromagerie

2-6 Moxon Street ,London W1U 4EW

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Dec 2010

The first impression is just the sense of being impressed. If you love cheese this must be heaven, but even if you don't, assuming you are not expecting a large meal, this is very very lovely. The antipasti contained everything from delicious olives, roasted beet-root to lovely firm goat's cheese. Flavours so vivid it makes you wonder if they have a riviera microclimate hidden somewhere. We were first suspicious if the seasonal pumpkin-soup would live up to expectations, Marylebone has many lovely...

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 6
  • Atmosphere: 9
  • Value: 7

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La Fromagerie

2-6 Moxon Street ,London W1U 4EW

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by   silver reviewer (29)

Mar 2009

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I'm not really sure why there's only “drinks” to rate since I've had some really good food at La Fromagerie. I'm a huge cheese fanatic and living close to a place like this is just too good. The recently enlarged store section is excellently laid out, with bread, small pots of random jams and other French-style foods and bits and bobs all over the place. My favourite is obviously the Cheese Room. A whole wonderfully smelly room full of all kinds of cheeses. I'm always impressed by the helpfulness...

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  • Food & Drink: 7
  • Service: 5
  • Atmosphere: 8
  • Value: 6

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    inher30s :: La Fromagerie  | inher30s

    There are plenty of restaurants and cafes out there with clever names, some delicious puns, but none can conjure up the mouthwatering effects of a restaurant of cheese. A casual cafe-style exterior just off Marylebone High St belies a large and bustling interior, full to the brim with cafe-style tables and chairs, fresh fruit and veg dotted around and plenty of goodies up for sale. And of course, there’s a whole ROOM dedicated to cheese.

    Menus are printed up daily and all feature today’s date so you know what’s been freshly made that day. Despite this, the menu is large and extensive and it’s really pretty...
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    Sometimes I find the hustle and bustle of South Kensington and Oxford Street a bit much. I can’t really understand how it would be feasible to frequent those locales on a persistent basis. With the cacophony of tourists, collection of aggressive formidably large non-British cars and that bastion of British shopping, Harrods, swamped by intentional petitioners, I always wondered where the British actually go instead.

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Essential Details for La Fromagerie

  • Address: 2-6 Moxon Street, London W1U 4EW
  • Telephone: 020 7935 0341
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  • Opening Times: Mon-Fri 8am-7.30pm Sat 9am-7pm Sun 10am-6pm
  • Cuisine: Cafes
  • Area: Marylebone
  • Price: £34.00
  • Wine: £17.80
  • Champagne: £60.00

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