At the beginning of past 12 months, we shared some pretty thrilling information. An full barge devoted to fromage was about to float its way into London. Then, the environment adjusted (you almost certainly heard about it), and our fantasies of scoffing stilton on the Grand Union Canal melted absent a lot quicker than a slice of Swiss on the Central Line during summer season.
Luckily for us, a global pandemic wasn’t more than enough to sink The Cheese Barge. This floating restaurant has at last opened, and it appears to be like like heaven for dairy devotees.
This 96ft double-decker vessel is permanently moored at Paddington Basin and boasts a seasonal menu starring a huge assortment of British cheeses. We particularly like the seem of the total baked Baron Bigod (try indicating that one with a mouth full of fondue) and the goats curd and lamb scrumpets.
Choose involving a veritable fromage feast within the most important eating area, or cheesy treats al fresco on the boat’s roof terrace. Whichever you decide for, know that there’ll be lots of wine from small producers to clean it all down with.
The Cheese Barge, Paddington Basin. Open 12pm-11pm, Tuesday to Saturday, and 12pm-6.45pm on Sundays.
Past Up to date 28 May 2021