Check out London's first and brand new cheese conveyor belt restaurant
London is brewing up something good this August, and it's going to be cheesy!
Two London restaurants announced that they would be offering an eat-all-you-can cheese in their branches. Cheeses will be placed in a cheese conveyor belt, and the offer will be available throughout the month of August.
The Cheese Bar, located in Camden; and Pick & Cheese, located in Convent Garden, are the two restaurants who will host the unlimited cheese offer. Mather Carver, a famous restaurateur in London, owns the two restaurants.
The event will focus on all types of cheeses, and customers will be able to order them in the restaurants next month.
The eat-all-you-can cheese offer will be a way to bring back customers to dine in the cheese conveyor belt restaurant. Lockdown has been lifted in London, and restaurants are doing everything they can to bring their businesses back to life.
The offer is also a way for people to enjoy and appreciate British cheese, which a world-class experience.
Pick & Cheese in Convent Garden
Pick & Cheese is one of the most famous restaurants in London. The establishment is popular becuase it is a cheese conveyor belt restaurant. This August, Pick & Cheese will be offering unlimited dairy. The offer will start on August 8, Saturday.
Customers and diners will be able to enjoy their favorite cheeses. The restaurant will also offer unlimited charcuterie, which is sold at £20 per head. It is an excellent deal for anyone who loves cheese.
During the first three days of the week, customers will be able to avail with the government's new campaign called "eat out to help out." If you buy cheese within the first week, you can get them all at £10.
Pick & Cheese is located at London's food destination Seven Dials Market. Some of the restaurant's cheese vendors include Club Mexicana and Monty's Deli.
For the extensive cheese menu, you will see a broad set of cheese variants. All British cheeses will be available for everyone's liking.
You can choose from mini doughnuts with Rosary goat's cheese and honey, as well as Spenwood with Amaretto jam. There are also charcuterie boards that you can order, and enjoy it with a bottle of wine.
The Cheese Bar, Camden
Pick & Cheese's restaurant sister, The Cheese Bar, will also be having the same offer. Just like Pick & Cheese, The Cheese Bar is also a cheese conveyor belt restaurant. The two are only London's restaurant who has a cheese conveyor belt.
Bottomless cheese and charcuterie will be available every Wednesday night for the entire August. The cheese conveyor belt restaurant is located in Camden Town in London.
Diners will enjoy an oozing plate of melted Ogleshield cheese, with Cornish potatoes and glazed ham on the side. Ogleshield cheese is the English version of Swiss Raclette.
Aside from Crown & Queue's glazed ham, the restaurant will also offer vegetable options for vegetarians, or anyone who prefers vegetables over meat. The Cheese Bar also accepts the "eat out help out" scheme from the government, and you can use it when you dine in.
The unlimited cheese is offered only at £9 per head at The Cheese Bar if you use the "eat out help out" advantage. However, if you plan to avail the offer at a regular price, it will only cost £18 per head every dinner.
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