From the retro and cosmopolitan cheese board, to the rustic indulgence of raclette, here’s where cheese lovers can hunt down their favourite fare.
Raclette – A classic Swiss dish that has warmed the hearts and minds of many, raclette is one of those dishes which gives credence to the theory that cheese is at times perturbingly addictive. In winter, Shoreditch-sur-les-Alps comes alive with ‘Raclette on the Rooftop’ at Boundary, complete with hot cocktails, La Fromagerie-sourced cheese, and an open-pit fireplace.
Fondue – Some restaurants get berated for being stuck in time. But with others, you should be glad they are. As is the case with Wardour Street’s St Moritz, which is keeping the ‘60s classic of fondue going, with seven variations on the theme to choose from. Question is, would it be wrong to finish off proceedings with a Swiss chocolate fondue after you’ve tucked away a cheese one?Continue Reading