Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 3 and Version 2 of La Cave A Fromage, SW7 2LD
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* [http://lacaveafromage.blogspot.co.uk/ La Cave A Fromage blog]
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20090215140335/http://www.london-ers.com/daylife/cafe-review-la-cave-a-fromage Londoners review]
* [http://londonist.com/2008/08/an_inspirational_mountain_of_gorgeo Londonist article]
* [https://www.yelp.co.uk/biz/la-cave-a-fromage-london-2 Yelp comments]
* [http://lacaveafromage.blogspot.com/ La Cave A Fromage blog]
* [http://www.london-ers.com/daylife/cafe-review-la-cave-a-fromage Londoners review]
* [http://londonist.com/2008/08/an_inspirational_mountain_of_gorgeo.php Londonist article]
* [http://www.qype.co.uk/place/144226 Qype comments] (note: some written by people who visited for a free cheese tasting promotion)
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<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Kake]], July 2009. Opening hours obtained from a staff member on that visit.</div>
<div class="last_verified">Last visited by [[Kake]], 15 July 2009. Opening hours obtained from a staff member on that visit.</div>
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|website='http://www.la-cave.co.uk/home.php' website='http://www.la-cave.co.uk/'||website='http://www.la-cave.co.uk/home.php' website='http://www.la-cave.co.uk/'|
Cheese shop near South Kensington Station.
It's quite a small shop, but still has seating for about 16-20 people. Eat-in options include open sandwiches, which are displayed in the window. They do cheese and wine tasting evenings every other Thursday (according to their website as of July 2009).
As well as a wide selection of French and British cheeses, they also sell a couple of types of bread and a small selection of oils, vinegars, and meats. They may also sell bottles of wine — they certainly offer wine by the glass if you're eating in.
Kake visited on a Wednesday afternoon in July 2009. I had no trouble getting the attention of a staff member to advise me on the cheeses, and her selection (St Felicien) was a good one, if pricy (£7.80, including a ramekin that I didn't particularly want). A smallish loaf of raisin and walnut bread was £3.50.
Accessibility: Ramp down to get in.
- La Cave A Fromage blog
- Londoners review
- Londonist article
- Qype comments (note: some written by people who visited for a free cheese tasting promotion)
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