best fondue london

The cooler weather might be starting to subside, but our love of cheese never fades. And, whether you’ve just come back from a ski trip, or are simple missing the alpine food offering, we’ve rounded up London’s best fondue restaurants so you can get your fix. Scroll on for some serious cheese goodness…

The Cheese Bar 

If you know anything about London’s cheese scene, you’ll know that The Cheese Bar and their various cheesy restaurants are at the top of the hierarchical table. The king of cheese, if you will. So it’s only natural that an indulgent Fondue Thursday features on their Camden Stables Market menu. 

Perfect for date nights or for celebrations with friends, their molton hot fondue offering is updated each month with a guest special. Served alongside new potatoes, cornichons and Coombeshead sourdough, don’t snooze on this one.

Where: Camden Stables Market, Camden, NW1 8AH
Website: www.thecheesebar.com

Bistrot Walluc

Shoreditch holds an eclectic fondue bistrot, live music and comedy… how could you resist that?

These guys have a set menu of a charcuterie board, the main act- their cheese fondue of comté and gruyère served with a rustic French bread and potatoes all for £24 pp. What a steal!

S0 head on over to this authentic, rustic alpine-style fondue restaurant to get your cheese pull on.

Where: 40 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP
Website: Bistrot Walluc

La Fromagerie Marylebone 

Head to Marylebone’s La Fromagerie to try out their epic fondue offering any day of the week (Mon-Sat , 12-5pm, Sun 12-4:45pm). Try their fondue, a mix of young Comte, Beaufort Chalet d’Alpage and Emmental Français, and dip in all of your favourite accompaniments including charcuterie, crusty bread and new Italian potatoes.

Where: 2-6 Moxon Street, Marylebone, W1U 4EW
Website: www.lafromagerie.co.uk

Champagne + Fromage 

Champagne + Fromage has a whole section on their menu dedicated to melted cheese, but right now, we only have eyes for the fondue. Suitable for two, their truffle cancoillotte fondue comes with potatoes and bread for dipping into the gooey goodness.

Where: 22 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 7DD
Website: www.champagneplusfromage.co.uk

Le Vieux Comptoir

For a true French village experience, book in for a night at Marylebone Village’s Le Vieux Comptoir. The restaurant is renowned for its traditional dishes, all expertly made by its culinary team. 

The restaurant specialises in Fondue Savoyarde, which originates from the Savoie region in the French Alps.

Where: 26-28 Moxon Street, Marylebone Village, W1U 4EU
Website: www.levieuxcomptoir.co.uk

The Smart Kitchen

Why go out for fondue, when you can have it come to you? Enjoy a privately hosted Oktoberfest-themed fondue session with your friends at home for a night you won’t forget. Hosted by Gregory, this experience comes complete with perfectly melted cheese, charcuterie sides and, if you wish, wine pairings to match,

WEBSITE: letsgodo.com

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St Moritz

Sure, their website might not be the prettiest but that doesn’t stop St Moritz being one of the greatest restaurants in London serving up fondue. They are after all the oldest Swiss restaurant in the capital. 

Their menu is packed with eight different types of fondue, including one sweet chocolate option, so whatever you fancy dripping into your cheesy mix, you know it’s going to be delicious.

Where: 161 Wardour Street, W1F 8WJ
Website: www.stmoritz-restaurant.co.uk


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