The best cheese delivered in London and across the UK

From cheese made here in London through to the best artisan farmhouse cheeses from across the UK and Europe – we pick out who’s delivering dairy delights direct to your door.

The best of London’s cheese deliveries Where: 13 Fortis Green Rd, Muswell Hill, London N10 3HP This diminutive shop on Fortis Green Road is run by local Morgan McGlynn, who took the place over straight out of college.

Such is the devotion of its fans, they won the best shop in London in Time Out’s Love London Awards a few years ago. Their Uber Eats shop selection features a range that covers the UK and Europe and also sells biscuits and wine to accompany whatever you go for. How to order: On Uber Eats

Follow them on Instagram: @cheeseshopmuswellhill.

  Where: Travelling across London The Cheese Bar have a restaurant in Camden as well as their instant-hit conveyor belt restaurant in Covent Garden, but it’s the truck that came first.

Now it’s back on the road, roaming London delivering an enticing combo of cheese, charcuterie and booze. Choose individually or from their selections – there’s also a 1kg lucky dip box.  How to track it down: Details on their website

Follow them on Instagram: @thecheesetruck More about The Cheese Truck

  Where: Walthamstow – 37 Orford Road, London E17 9NL

The East London Cheese Board started life as a market stall run by two mates Mark and Fraser. They moved into bricks and mortar with their Froth & Rind shop in Walthamstow, combining their two great loves of beer and cheese. The focus is on British cheese and while they stock all the big names, they’re also keen on getting the smaller cheesemakers into London homes.

How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @froth_and_rind. More about Froth and Rind


Where: Marylebone, Highbury Owner Patricia Michelson opened her first London cheese shop in Highbury in the early nineties. Now one of the leading women on London’s food scene, she runs three stores – in Highbury, Marylebone and Bloomsbury – all selling farmhouse and artisanal cheeses from across Europe.

You can put together your own box, or opt for one of La Fromagerie’s prepared cheeseboards, including those celebrating female cheesemakers and French classics. How to order: Order online (also on Deliveroo/ Uber Eats) Follow them on Instagram: @lafromagerieuk.

More about La Fromagerie

  Where: Armitage Business Centre, Delamare Road, Cheshunt EN8 9FN North London cheesemakers Kupros Dairy use locally sourced raw British sheep’s milk to make their gorgeous cheese – Anglum (their take on halloumi).

Their delivery service features that along with other grocery essentials.  How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @kuprosdairy.

More about Kupros Dairy

  Where: Acton Fresh mozzarella is one of life’s great joys but to really enjoy it fresh you either have to go to Italy (that’s not happening any time soon) or have the stuff flown in.

To save on air miles, opt instead to shop at this Acton-based London cheesemaker. They use British milk to make Italian-style cheese like their classic Fior di Latte mozzarella-style cheese. They deliver to mostly west, north-west and south-west London postcodes.

How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @Lalatteriauk. More about Latteria


Where: Mons, Unit 2, Voyager Business Park, London, SE16 4RP Inspired by a love of Gruyere, founder Vincent Auberson built up his business from a stall selling just that to his shop in Chelsea’s Pavilion Road. Now he has 30 cheeses on offer – a selection that changes all the time.

If you live within three miles of the store they’ll deliver eggs, milk, baguettes and wine as well as all the cheese they sell. How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @ldncheesemonger.

More about London Cheesemongers

  Where: Mons, Unit 2, Voyager Business Park, London, SE16 4RP Mons Cheese is a 100% family affair, having been started by dad Hubert in the 60s and with sons Laurent and Herve now in charge.

They mature their cheese in their own disused railway tunnel in France before bringing it to Bermondsey. Normally they sell at markets across South London, but now they’re doing delivery across London. How to order: Order online

Follow them on Instagram: @monscheeseuk More about Mons

  Where: Borough, Covent Garden

This Covent Garden-based cheesemonger has been celebrating British and Irish cheese since the seventies. They now work with around 40 cheesemakers and their online shop allows you to either put together your own cheese boxes or choose one of their farmhouse selections. How to order: Order online

Follow them on Instagram: @neals_yard_dairy. More about Neal’s Yard

  Where: Borough Market

Brothers Franck and Yann Le Blais started their cheese business 20 years ago selling their wares at markets across London. Of course, it helps when cheese making – specifically Camembert – runs in your family. They ship all over the UK and we particularly love their Party Box which is a raclette for one.

How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @unenormandealondres More about Une Normande A Londres


Where: 93 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6JE One of London’s oldest cheesemongers, this Jermyn Street shop has been selling all things dairy for over 200 years and supplies the royal household, among others.

Their new weekend box is just GBP25 and is a great way to help support artisan British cheesemakers. How to order: Order online Follow them on Instagram: @paxtonscheese

More about Paxton and Whitfield

  Where: 167 Holloway Rd, London N7 8LX Hugo and Ben are the blokes responsible for this Holloway Road cheese shop has the most amazing selection of cheese from France, Italy and Spain.

As you’d expect from their wine background (they’re both ex-Borough Wines) the booze selection here is great too. There’s a wide variety of cheese on offer through their delivery store via Slerp. How to order: Order online

Follow them on Instagram: @provisionsldn. More about Provisions

  Where: Queen St, London N17 8JA

An industrial estate in Tottenham may not be the most bucolic of cheese making locations, but that makes what they produce here 100% London cheese.  Top sellers include Rebellion, a semi-soft washed rind cheese and Londonshire – a soft and runny cheese made from Jersey milk. Make your own cheese selection or pick from one of theirs. How to order: Order online

Follow them on Instagram: @wildescheese. More about Wildes Cheese


Cheese delivered from around the UK  The Cheese Geek – Choose from cheeseboxes, DIY selections or a rolling subscription which can be tailored to your taste.

Delivers UK-wide. The Cheese Shed – Subscriptions are the big thing here and you get to choose from all manner of interesting west country artisan cheese makers. The Cheese Works – Join the Cheese Club run by this Lake District dairy and you’ll enjoy regular deliveries of great British cheese and crackers.

The Ethical Dairy – The first commercial dairy in the UK to follow the cow with calf method, this sustainable cheese maker runs an online shop where you can order their award-winning Fleet Valley Blue, Rainton Tomme, Laganory and Carrick cheeses.  The Fine Cheese Co – With shops in Bath and Belgravia, this company has a huge selection of cheeses and – for happier times – even offers cheese wedding cakes.  Pong – This Bath-based cheese company boasts selections from Blur’s Alex James, along with The Ultimate Pong Box – a selection of their smelliest cheeses.

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And for even more delivery ideas (including shops, coffee, booze, bakeries and more), check out our Staying in section

Food delivery in London, by area…

North: Islington, Highbury, Stoke Newington  |  King’s Cross, Camden & Clerkenwell 

SouthBorough, London Bridge, Bermondsey |  Clapham, Brixton

East: Hackney  |  Shoreditch and Spitalfields

West: Chelsea, Kensington & Belgravia  |  White City and Notting Hill

Central: Central London restaurant deliveries


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