The third London branch of La Fromagerie is due to open on Lambs Conduit Street in Bloomsbury this month.
The brand is known for supplying premium cheeses to some of London’s most respected chefs and restaurants, and already has shops and cafes in Marylebone and Highbury.
A shop selling fresh fruit and vegetables, breads, cakes and own-brand products will occupy the ground floor alongside a cheese room, bar, and pavement café. Downstairs will be a tasting room with glass-covered courtyard for private hire and tasting events.
La Fromagerie’s menu will offer all-day dining, with a brunch selection available on the weekends until 3pm. The afternoon and evening offerings include cheese and wine pairings, charcuterie, smoked salmon and oyster bar, and Fondue Savoyarde.
Director of La Fromagerie, Sarah Bilney, said: “We’ve been looking for a long time for a place that felt right for us. In Lambs Conduit Street, we have found a warm sense of community with a wonderful mix of shops and restaurants, alongside local businesses and residential. We’ve been made to feel so welcome already by the locals, we can’t wait to open.”
La Fromagerie Bloomsbury will open on 11 September at 52 Lambs Conduit Street, London.