Fans of fromage won’t want to miss the chance to discover London’s cheesiest highlights for two palate-provoking hours. You and your fellow cheese enthusiasts will be guided around one of the planet’s most renowned cities when it comes to good food, stopping off at cheese counters, restaurants, a pizzeria and even a department store, discovering many delicious varieties of cheese along the way. Whether your passion for cheese is mild or mature, you’re sure to leave the Cheese Crawl with your cheese fix truly satisfied and maybe a new found favourite. May the best cheese win!
The tour will begin in London’s stylish Mayfair, where you’ll tuck into some of London's finest blue cheese with a visit to an elite cheesemongers who have been serving the eager public for over 300 years. Next up, its Fortnum & Mason is where even the Royals visit for their dairy fix. From the rustic, handcrafted assortments to the perfectly formed moulds, you’re sure to encounter dozens of varieties at the elite department store. Later on you’ll celebrate one of the world favourite forms of cheese, the humble cheese toastie, by sampling London's favourite version, followed by London's much-loved Margherita pizza.
The tour’s grand finale will consist of a huge artisanal cheese board in Covent Garden, where you’ll discover highlights from London’s craft cheese community. Throughout the tour the fully interactive exclusive Cheese Trivia quiz, also known as the "QUIZtro Formaggio", will put your cheese wits to the test with facts about this beloved food. Expect Gouda laughs, Gouda company and of course, Gouda cheese!
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available on selected Saturday dates at 12pm subject to availability, throughout the year.
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