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London, we’re getting a cheese street

London, we’re getting a cheese street

A whole street in Islington is being dedicated entirely to cheese. No, really, this is not some strange cheesy dream; for two glorious Sundays (September 24 and October 1) the whole of Chapel Market will be a taken over by a festival of cheese. Dairy queens La Fromagerie, Raclette Brothers and Cheese Truck will be among a care-philly selected line-up of vendors, and the first 50 guests will get a complimentary sample bottle of Black Cow’s ‘pure milk vodka’. The tunes will be ‘R ‘n’ Brie’ and apparently, a host of ‘cheese angels’ will be wafting about all day giving out endless edam. We reckon this might actually be heaven.

Cheese Street rolls into Chapel Market, N1 9PZ for two consecutive Sundays from September 24.

Can’t wait? Here are 11 places to go if you’re slutty for cheese.

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2 comments
Olivia W

Major disappointment, no food and wouldnt even recommend it at all

Cally B

Sadly this was actually really disappointing. It wasn't 'a whole street' it was the far end of the market. There were around 15 cheese stalls, all UK produced cheese with barely any samples available. Grill my cheese was the only place selling cheese-based street food and they were sold out by 12.45! There was also a pizza vendor but at £9 for 4 slices I wasn't convinced. No sign of a 'cheese angel' either. We sacked it off after 20mins and went to Franco Manca for £7 pizza instead. Perhaps next week will be better....