What We Do

Whether you are browsing the cheeses, dining in the café or spending the evening in the bar, we aim to give you the best experience possible. Take a look at how we can be of service to you.

The Cheesemongers – Discover our extensive range of national and international cheeses.

Restaurant at Cheese – For seasonal and sometimes cheese-inspired food.

Cheese and wine tours – For a unique, informal introduction to cheese and wine, port, and beer.

Wine and port bar – Visit our small, but perfectly formed, bar and discover our eclectic wine list and vintage ports.

Tastings at Cheese – Fancy a post-work do with personality?…

Round up ten or more colleagues for

  • An informal yet informative evening tasting six delicious cheeses matched to six unique wines
  • Blind wine tastings to add a competitive element
  • Aperitifs, canapes or charcuterie make it extra special.
Perfect for client entertaining and team bonding!

Celebrate with Cheese  Tired of fruitcake and cupcakes? Why not wow guests with a wedding cake made entirely of cheese.

Wholesale cheeses – We are delighted to supply local restaurants and cafés. Email us for details. enquiries@cheeseatleadenhall.co.uk

Winter Warmers

Here at Cheese, we are lucky to have a menu which changes like the weather here in the City of London. During the winter, a number of dishes will appear on a regular basis to suit the cold and blustery conditions outside of Leadenhall Market. One of those dishes is Tartiflette, and our Chef has kindly let you in on the classic recipe for this stunning and heart warming Alpine classic.

(Serves 3)IMG_4392
600g potatoes, skin left on
1 tbsp butter
1 onion, finely diced/sliced
100g bacon lardons 
75ml dry white wine
100ml double cream
1 Reblochon

The potatoes should be cooked to a point where a fork can get through the skin, but there is still some resistance in the middle.

While this is happening, you can melt half of the butter in a pan, followed by the onions and lardons to saute until a nice golden brown. Pour in the wine until the wine begins to simmer, then add the cream, creating a thick and flavoursome sauce that you should leave on a low heat, stirring occasionally.

Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/gas mark six. Cube the potatoes (you can have the potatoes as discs if you prefer), and then heat the rest of the butter in a frying pan and toss the potatoes in the pan until a nice golden brown colour appears. Slice the reblochon whilst this is happening. We like to think that the more cheese the better so be generous with the slices.

Dish half of the potatoes into an ovenproof dish, and then add half of the lardons and onion into the dish, and stir well, adding seasoning as you go. Layer a small amount of reblochon over the dish at this point, and then repeat the process, with the final piece of the jigsaw being the reblochon covering the top of the dish.

Bake for approximately 15 minutes until the mixture is bubbling and a lovely golden colour. You can put the reblochon under the grill for an extra crispy top.

And there you have it. a tartiflette works brilliantly with a nice side salad and a lovely green salad, however, we won’t judge if you mix it up a bit with a glass of red! Enjoy!

What you love about Cheese…

“Cheeses of exceptional quality, presented beautifully on slate boards. We regularly hire Cheese to supply cheese and biscuits at our events – clients love it.”

Georgina, Molton Brown, Royal Exchange

“Just to say many thanks for organising such a great event last night – from the first bite of Ossau Iraty to the last sip of Malbec Reserva it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening. Please do pass my compliments to the team who made it happen.”

Eloise Walker, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP

“Cheese at Leadenhall provided the perfect catering for our gala screening. Our guests and sponsors adored the many quality cheeses on offer and the wonderful service meant that we could savour them too!”

– Tony Jones, Director, Cambridge Film Festival

“The place to enjoy cheese and wine in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.”

Graham Brown, DAC

“The cheese and wine tasting was one of the most enjoyable and certainly the most popular of our company outings. Expert knowledge and superb products couple with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere made for a wonderful evening.”

– Debbie Mallett, CRU

Cheese News

Cheese at Leadenhall
4-5 Leadenhall Market
City of London
EC3V 1LR

Opening Hours:-
Monday 9am-8pm
Tuesday 9am-8pm
Wednesday 9am-8pm
Thursday 9am-8pm
Friday 9am-8pm
Closed weekends & Bank Holidays

Booking a Tasting?
Tasting slots are available Monday-Friday between 3pm-6pm. Please contact us to confirm.

email: enquiries@
cheeseatleadenhall.co.uk

Ph: 020 7929 1697

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