Double-decker cheese-themed barge coming to UK – it’ll serve many tasty dishes

A double-decker cheese-themed restaurant is coming soon in April and it sounds absolutely scrumptious.

Called The Cheese Barge , it is currently under construction in a Somerset boatyard but is set to dock in Paddington, London, this spring.

Matthew Carver, A World Cheese Awards judge and Cheese Bar founder, is the man behind the hotspot where dishes are rolled out on a conveyer belt.

The restaurant will serve a variety of seasonal dishes on its menu which will celebrate the best of the UK’s “small producer” cheeses.

From the Windrush Goats’ Curd with lamb crumpets and pickled walnuts to the Cropwell Bishop Stilton “Devils on Horseback”, the menu has a number of dishes to try.

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Those who fancy something lighter could go for the Cheddar curds, which are curried and then tossed in chilli honey.

For larger groups, the sharing plates offer a half-kilo of Baron Bigod cheese which is baked to order, alongside house-made sausage – with hints of blue cheese – and a selection of sides.

Reagan Ellenbrook, the head chef, and executive chef Ross Keeling put together the tasty cheesy menu.

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Matthew said: “I spent my childhood years messing around in boats. So, when the opportunity of opening The Cheese Barge came along, we couldn’t say no.

“We’ve always set out to create fun restaurant experiences, and what could be more fun than eating the best of British cheese on the Grand Union Canal."

The Cheese Barge also offers a couple of sweet treats, like Yorkshire Curd Tart and a Malted Milk Chocolate Cremeux.

It should make an exciting addition to The Cheese Bar in Camden which is famous for its grilled cheese sandwiches.

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