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Harden's says

Not satisfied with opening a cheese bar and the world's first cheese conveyor belt, Matthew Carver is taking his theme one step further; The Cheese Barge - hand-crafted in Somerset - hosts a two-storey, 40-cover restaurant. Executive chef Ross Keeling and head chef Reagan Ellenbroek have created a menu of “honest British dishes using small producer cheese”. The opening has been twice delayed due to lockdowns.

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No dress code
Sheldon Square, London, W2 6HY

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