La Fromagerie Marylebone

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Part of the La Fromagerie group (there are other sites in Bloomsbury  and Highbury), this cosy cheese and wine shop-cum-café has won the hearts of locals. 

Here, you’ll find the shelves stocked with all manner of fromage-friendly goodies as well as spreads, fruit and 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 and enjoy a daily-changing menu which incorporates the produce sold on-site.

Early risers can enjoy breakfast dishes such as cheese toasties or scrambled eggs on sourdough, while lunchtime sees the more substantial likes of warming soups, savoury tarts and bowls of fondue served with charcuterie. The just-dropped-in atmosphere makes La Fromagerie a great weekend brunch spot – think croque monsieur and eggs every way – while a regular schedule of events (late opening on Fridays for cheese and wine tastings; supper clubs on the first Monday of every month) are further reasons to pay a visit.

Ticketed Tasting events held throughout the year include Burns Night, Valentine's, Seasonal and Regional Suppers – all listed on its website.

Good to know about La Fromagerie Marylebone

Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
Cafes
Ambience
Big and bold
Food Occasions
Afternoon eating, Breakfast, Brunch
Special Features
Dog friendly
People
Child friendly, Group dining [8+]

La Fromagerie Marylebone is featured in

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Location for La Fromagerie Marylebone

2-6 Moxon Street, London, W1U 4EW

020 7935 0341

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Opening Times of La Fromagerie Marylebone

Mon-Fri 8am-7.30pm (Fri -10pm) Sat 9am-7pm Sun 10am-6pm

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Chris C

27 September 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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Ms/Mrs. Cecilia A

06 December 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 places that serves beautiful soups at a much lower cost. But wow, I know not everyone may like their soup thick but with the rustic bread and beautiful flavours it may be one of the best soups I have tried. The man that greeted us on the door made and amazing effort in finding us a table, (not as in some places where they treat you like a hassle if you ask for one). The waitress at our table was of the new waiting staff type of increasing popularity, efficient but a level of english that makes you wonder if they are intentionally rude to you or not? A note is that you cannot book, and also they demand a mimimum 10 pound spend during lunch. But if you have a long lunchhour it is worth a try, even worth an across-london trek…
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Ms/Mrs. Johan E

11 March 2009
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 of the staff in choosing appropriate cheeses for whatever occassion or wine. If only the staff serving you at the table were as helpful, which is a bit of an issue. Another, probably inevitable, downside to the restaurant is that they don't take bookings. The queue can sometimes be very long and the fact that you're seeing the queue from where you're eating doesn't exactly relax you.. Otherwise, a really nice and quaint place for a weekday brunch.
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