London’s Cheese on a Conveyor Belt: You Cannot Resist it!

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Last weekend, the brand-new Seven Dials Market opened in London’s West End around the corner from Covent Garden Underground station. The former shopping mall is now a buzzing food hall with familiar London names such as Monty’s Deli, Japanese restaurant Nanban, and seafood spot Claw serving fabulous food in a light-filled, multistorey space. But  one vendor in particular is stealing the show: Pick & Cheese.

Pick & Cheese? Yes, it is irrestistable

It’s almost too easy. As soon as I sat down in one of the two booths (bookable for parties of six), the waft of passing cheeses had my mouth watering. I promptly ordered a glass of Spanish cora—which sits alongside French reds and Italian orange wines on the drinks list—and, with direct access to this conveyor belt of dreams, I got stuck in and immediately picked up three different plates.

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