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Small but good cheese shop in Richmond (the reason for the name is that the original shop is in Teddington).

A good selection of cheeses - over a hundred, predominantly French and British varieties. Every cheese comes with a little card of tasting notes. Example prices as of March 2008: Mont d'Or was £8/500g, Lanark Blue was £26/kg, and Dunsyre Blue was £22.50/kg.

They also offer a selection of biscuits and other cheese-eating paraphernalia, along with some small-producer ciders and a few ports. (There may have been some wine too.)

Last visited by Bob, 28 February 2008. Opening hours taken from the Teddington Cheese website, September 2008.

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