Cheese, oh glorious cheese. FoodPunkers who doesn’t like getting their filthy chops around the stuff? I know I do. The more stronger and gooey it is the better and the cheese bar is on hand to make all your cheesy dreams come true.
First things first, the price. Now it could put some of you off because you’re going to think do I want to pay up to seven pounds for a grilled cheese sandwich?. Well in my opinion you’d be a fool not to. This isn’t the Cereal Killer Café where you’re going to paying over the odds for a bowl of cereal which is exactly what I stupidly did (someone slap me please). No, this place is far more serious as cheese is a whole lot better than shitty American brands of wheat in a bowl. It’s a no brainer.
Queso Chihuahua, Chorizo, Jalapeno Salsa
Rosary Goats Cheese, Honey, Walnut, Rosemary Butter
Whilst on the subject of the grilled cheese sandwich, let me tell you it is worth every penny and bite. We tucked into a few including the chorizo which was embedded in a queso Chihuahua (soft white cheese), accompanied with a spicy jalapeno salsa. The other bad boy we ordered was the creamy goats cheese topped with sweet honey, walnuts and a lush rosemary butter. The Veggie crew will be all over that one.
Of course the bar offers other alternatives other than their famous grilled cheeses. Their small dishes will bring smiles to many and it’s best to order a good amount because there are some tasty plates on offer.
The short rib poutine with its home-made skin on fries, drowned in a rich dark bacon gravy, topped with flakes of short-rib, crispy onions and stringy cheese is a must.
Perhaps for us, our favourite was the Marmite Malakoff. If you’re one of the hate it members of Marmite, unlucky, because this sexy ball of cheese is smothered in the stuff. Cutting that golden brown crunchy sphere and seeing that lava of cheese ooze out is a sight to be seen. Absolute heaven and not only that it’s bloody delicious.
So put that ordinary cheese on toast you made down and head over to the cheese bar to get some C.W.A. (cheese with attitude). This joint means serious business and it’s here to stay.
Short Rib Poutine, Bacon Gravy
Four Cheese Rotelle
Marmite Makaloff, Romesco
Foodpunk Joe
Latest posts by Foodpunk Joe (see all)

Related Posts