London’s first cheese conveyor belt restaurant to offer all you can eat cheese throughout August

Bottomless charcuterie is included too!

Updated on 28 July 2020 • Written By Eamonn Crowe

London’s first cheese conveyor belt restaurant to offer all you can eat cheese throughout August

This August, two London cheese-only restaurants will be offering all you can eat cheese to diners throughout the entire month.

The Cheese Bar in Camden and Pick & Cheese in Covent Garden, both owned by restaurateur Mathew Carver, will host a series of all you can eat cheese events in order to entice customers back to restaurants post-lockdown and encourage them to eat more British cheese.


Famous for its cheese conveyor belt, Pick & Cheese will be offering bottomless dairy from Saturday 8 August, with diners able to enjoy all of the cheese and charcuterie they like for just £20 per person. If you pop in during the first half of the week, you will also be able to take advantage of the government’s new ‘eat out to help out’ scheme, which means all of that cheese will be yours for only £10. Pick & Cheese finds its home in foodie destination Seven Dials Market, which also counts Monty’s Deli and Club Mexicana among its vendors.

On the bottomless cheese menu, you can expect to find an array of tasty treats, including Rosary goats’ cheese in a mini doughnut with rosemary honey and Spenwood with cherry and Amaretto jam. Charcuterie plates meanwhile will see the likes of Crown & Queue’s devils mortar and Tempus Food’s achari salami.

Over in Camden, Pick & Cheese’s sister restaurant The Cheese Bar will be bringing back its bottomless raclette nights on Wednesdays, which see diners served unlimited plates of hot melted Ogleshield cheese (an English version of Swiss Raclette cheese), served a-top of Cornish new potatoes, Crown & Queue glazed ham and cornichons (there’s a veggie option too). You can also use the ‘eat out to help out’ scheme to your advantage here, which means you will get bottomless raclette for only £9 per person, as opposed to the usual price of £18 per diner.

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