Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day at these 5 London spots

There’s nothing better than a load of cheese melted and toasted onto some crispy bread!

And here in London there’s a lot of opportunities to get your hands on a tasty treat this National Grilled Cheese Day, April 12th.

Coming from the French version, a “Croque Monsieur”, the grilled cheese has been served in bars and pubs since the early 1900’ and it wasn’t until the 60’s that the top piece of bread was added to the sandwich!

Here’s our top 5 spots in London to enjoy a grilled cheese….

The Cheese Truck

A truck serving cheese toasties. It’s a thing made of dreams. The Cheese Truck celebrate all that is great about British Cheese working closely with their producers, sourcing all our cheese direct from UK based farms that are making cheese in a traditional and thoughtful way.

The Cheese Truck Maltby Street, London SE1 3PA

Grill My Cheese

London-based Grill My Cheese has teamed up with Norseland to create a completely black cheese toastie ahead of National Grilled Cheese Day!

Called ‘The Big Black’, it features activated charcoal bread, Rubies in the Rubble blueberry chipotle barbecue sauce and cheese specialist Norseland’s new Ilchester Black Cheddar Total Eclipse slices.

The colour of the cheese is obtained from a combination of carob and cocoa powder.

Grill My Cheese, Leather Lane, London EC1N 7YH

Morty & Bobs

Morty & Bob’s is an all day eatery in the heart of London Fields, Hackney offering wholesome and honest comfort food. Starting as a street food stall specialising in grilled cheese sandwiches, Morty & Bobs opened their first permanent space in 2015 and expanded their menu to include a changing, seasonal offering for Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch.

Their signature Grilled Cheese Sandwiches use M&B cheese sauce, as well as a unique blend of three British Cheeses and everything comes with a free homemade pickle.

Morty & Bobs, Second Floor, Netil House, 1 Westgate Street, Hackney, London E8 3RL

Melt Room

Bringing a taste of New York style to London these cheese-stuffed sandwiches have some bite.

Try the pulled pork shoulder or mac and cheese specials!

Visit Melt Room, Noel Street, London, Soho W1F 8GY

Lundenwic

Hidden away in Aldwych this cute cafe serves toasties and sandwiches, plus porridge for breakfast on-the-go.

These guilt-free toasties switch up the bad stuff for loads of greens! There’s the roast broccoli version, with almond for textural crunch and proper chunks of red chilli with cheese.

Lundenwic, 45 Aldwych, London WC2B 4DW

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Alfie Green
Alfie Green

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.

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