The Top 10 Cheeseboards In Manchester That Need To Brie Tried
Cheesy we know
Cheese. I couldn’t live without it!
And you know it’s been a Gouda day (sorry…) when you end it tucking into a cheeseboard. So here are the top cheeseboards that you can find across Manchester.
1. 57 Thomas Street
The best in Manchester, hands down.
57 Thomas Street just have so much to choose from! They don’t have five options, or even 10, but you can pick from a list of 16 different cheeses, including Cheddar, Gubeen and Tovey. It’s all served with bread, crackers, pickles, fig cake and quince jelly as well. And for only £2.50 per cheese, it has to Brie tried.
Veeno is an Italian Wine Café which takes all their wine from a family vineyard in Sicily and their cold meat cuts, breads and cheeses from Italy, so you know this is the real deal!
Choose four cheeses to make up their Formaggi House Platter. From Parmesan to Gorgonzola and Mozzarella di Bufala, there’s plenty to keep your taste buds tingling!
They even help you find the perfect wine to go to Cheddar with your cheese.
Cheese, Bread & Wine = One Happy Esther. Thank you for sharing this one with us on Instagram. pic.twitter.com/4G6NwbRmpt— Veeno (@veeno_uk) June 30, 2016
3. Albert Square Chophouse
The Albert Square Chophouse are really Fondue their quality cheese. They even serve their Great British Cheeseboard with summer chutney, grapes, celery and biscuits. My mouth is watering already!
4. 63 Degrees
63 Degrees offers a selection of French cheeses to finish off your meal, and recommend a glass of port to go with it.
But choose Caerphilly, you don’t want to regret missing out on any of these classic French cheeses!
5. Dukes 92
Make your own Sharing Board at Dukes 92 by putting together your own choice of cheeses with meat, fish and salads as well, if that floats your boat. But all boards come with date and apple chutney, soused baby veg, sourdough and black rye crisps anyway, so there’s more than enough to keep you full until your next cheesy craving.
And all are at very reasonable prices – I bet you Camembert the thought of not trying it!
Allotment serves up the best of British with their cheeseboard. They offer three cheeses with homemade chutney and crackers. It’s a grate place to get your cheese fix!
7. The Whiskey Jar
This Northern Quarter gem has a delish selection of deli boards where you can match your cheese with meats, scotch eggs or pate. And at The Whiskey Jar all are served with an assortment of bread, crackers, relishes, oils and dips.
But don’t go alone or there might be Stiltons left.
8. The Rose Garden
The Rose Garden can be found outside the city centre in Didsbury. But the travel is worth it! With a selection of cheeses with chutney and crackers for just £9, you can’t go wrong here.
You’d be crackers not to try it!
9. Manchester House
For your cheeseboard from Manchester House, just take your pick from the cheese trolley. This cheeseboard is a little more expensive than the other options, but you can’t get much Feta than this. It all looks delish!
Bakerie takes cheese from across Europe to serve in their Bread and Wine Bar. From Yorkshire Halloumi to Truffle Noire and Honey Bee Goats Cheese, they have an incredible selection. Pick three and eat them with the basket of freshly baked artisan bread, quince jelly and maple roasted walnuts.
With over 70 different types of wine to go alongside your cheese, it’s real E-dam good!