1. Pick & Cheese. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Cheese Bar in Camden is a fairly famous cheese lovers spot, but have you heard of their new venture, Pick & Cheese? It's located in Seven Dials new market and is *drumroll please* a cheese conveyor belt. If you've ever wondered how much cheese is too much cheese, this is the place to find out. The rolling carousel of expertly curated cheeses are paired with appropriately delightful morsels of food; for instance, Cornish Gouda comes with a cumin-scented praline.Price: Plates from £2.95 2. Morty & Bobs. Morty & Bobs Morty & Bobs have made excellent grilled cheeses (note: not the same as toasties) for years in London. In a genius move, they've now just launched the (probably) very first grilled cheese and wine pairing evening in the city. Yes, that's right, you get to sit around eating grilled cheese pretending to be much more cultured that you really are! This is the kind of stuff I thrive on. Price: The £36 ticket to the sommelier-hosted monthly event gets you a glass of fizz on arrival, nibbles and four grilled cheeses each paired with a glass of really excellent wine. 3. Loyal Tavern. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If there's fancy grilled cheese, it's only fair there's fancy toasties. Loyal Tavern in Bermondsey has just launched a new ~toastie menu~ by Tom Cenci, a former Duck & Waffle chef. They're proper, chunky toasties filled with things like portobello mushroom and smoked cheddar, or cheeseburger ‘patty melt’ with dill ranch for those missing a bit of stateside flavour. Price: From £7.50. 4. 28°-50°. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Confession: I love cheese, but sometimes fondue is too much for me. People get very excited about it, I get swept up (I just want to be part of the gals!), and suddenly I'm feeling a bit queasy from too many mouthfuls of cheese-smothered bread. Not so at 28°-50°'s new Fondue Festival. This new wine-focused restaurant in Covent Garden does a fondue evening every Tuesday and let me tell you, I was scraping every last bit of cheese off the bottom of the pot. Apparently, the secret is in the blend of three cheeses they use, which are tangy and flavourful enough to keep any cheese overload at bay. Price: The £34.95 a head price also includes a suitably Alpine glass of Kir, a walnut salad, charcuterie and a tarte tatin alongside the fondue. 5. The Cheese Bar. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Cheese Bar is London's don of cheese. They're the guys behind Pick & Cheese's conveyor belt, and The Cheese Truck below. Their flagship restaurant can be found in Camden Market, serving oozing poutine, moreish fondue, and raclette, all made with carefully sourced British cheeses.Price: Starters range from £4 (cheese puffs) to £12.50 ('Best of British' cheeseboard). Mains from £9 (five cheese macaroni) to £12.50 (tartiflette). Most expensive item is the Coolea & Kingham Fondue for two (£28). 6. The Cheese Truck. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Though a sit down cheese dinner is always lovely, The Cheese Bar started out in 2014 as The Cheese Truck, serving some of the best grilled cheeses in town from their 1972 Bedford ice cream vans, Audrey and Alfie. While the bricks and mortar shop was crowdfunded in 2016, the trucks still run at selected festivals and street food parties (you can also hire them for your own events). Get in touch to find out where they'll next be. Price: Toasties £6.50 to £7. 7. The Mac Factory. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Mac Factory's goal is to make mac and cheese great again. These gourmet mac and cheeses are made with high quality cheddar and mozzarella, and topped with things like parmesan and thyme, smoked pancetta and white truffle oil. Find them at branches in Euston Square and Camden market.Price: About £8. Portions are on the small side, but very tasty. 8. The Cheese Wheel. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com A certain kind of cheese magic happens at The Cheese Wheel. Pasta, freshly made daily, is mixed with sauce (white wine cream, mushroom cream or cream of tomato) and then spun in a giant wheel of Grana Padano. The best dinner and a show in London, you'll find this big wheel of cheesy pasta dreams in Camden Market. Price: £6 - £10. 9. Kappacasein. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Kappacasein is a Bermondsey dairy that decided to start selling their incredibly fine cheeses they way cheese should be eaten – melted on and in between a wide selection of carbs. Watch it get sizzled off the block onto potatoes at their Borough Market stall, or have it wedged into a toasted cheese sandwich. Price: £7 for the toasted cheese or the racelette. 10. The Punch Room. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Go to the London Edition hotel near Tottenham Court Road, walk through the glitzy lobby to the back room and you'll find one of London's best kept secrets: The Punch Room. This beautiful wood panelled bar looks like a manor house library and serves modern takes on that most Charles Dickens of traditions, punch bowl cocktails. The best discovery however, is the goats cheese and black pepper popcorn they serve alongside the drinks, which –and I don't say this lightly– is probably the best popcorn I've ever had in my life. Price: Each punch is £14 per person, but I'd recommend the new cocktail masterclass . It costs £40 but is quite good value as it gets you five signature winter cocktails and a chance to go behind the bar to throw your own drinks. 11. Bianca Mora. Emilia LTD Most cheese-loving visitors to Borough Market end up at Kappacasein, but true connoisseurs should also go to Bianca Mora. This tiny shop specialises in regional food from Italy, specifically red cow Parmigiano Reggiano that zings in your mouth. The friendly Italian lady in the shop will drizzle samples with sticky sweet 12-year-old balsamic vinegar for you to try, which is honestly a very effective technique as I now use it in everything.Price: From £3.30 for Parmigiano. From £11 for the balsamic. 12. La Fromagerie. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com La Fromagerie is a real cheese extravaganza. This not-quite-a-restaurant has branches in Highbury, Marylebone and Bloomsbury. It would be hard to call the place a shop either, even though it sells a variety of cheeses, chutney and meats. Rather, it's an all round cheese experience, with regular tasting evenings, masterclasses and a monthly supper club. If you can't get a place in the supper club, worry not, food is served from 11:45 each day.Price: The menu is *very extensive* but the big hitters are fondue (£18.50), raclette (£13.50), baked camenbert (£16) and La Fromagerie's 'Ploughmans' (£11.50). 13. Champagne + Fromage. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Name me a more iconic duo then champagne and cheese. And these bistros are dedicated to the two. There's locations in Covent Garden (which is fast-becoming a mecca for cheese lovers), Brixton and Greenwich, and the menu is stuffed with grower champagnes and dishes made from the selection of more then 50 French soft and hard cheeses in the attached shop. Best of all is the afternoon tea, which features a selection of cheeses and champagne alongside the dinky cakes. Price: Cheese boards from £11, melted cheeses from £9.50 (raclette or garlic and herb camembert). Afternoon tea £24 a head. 14. Gordons Wine Bar. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Seeing Gordon's, that most iconic of Embankment wine bars, packed year round come rain or shine, is reassurance that all is right with Londoners priorities. Established in 1890, wines are served with boards groaning with Manchego, Gorgonzola , pork and duck pâté and Hungarian spicy sausage. Price: One slice of cheese £8, three slices £17.50, cheese boards from £22.50 (British sharing board for two) to £33 (European board for four people). 15. Oli Baba’s. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Oli Baba's say they're the original creator of halloumi fries. If so, the world – and guests of my dinner parties – has a lot to thank them for. Pay homage at their Camden location. The fries are served with spiced za'atar yoghurt, sticky pomegranate molasses, sumac and pomegranate seeds.Price: £6. 16. Lady of the Grapes. Lady of the Grapes Lady of the Grapes is the feminist cheese and wine shop you never knew you needed. This red-fronted bolthole sells wine from female growers, sellers and producers all over the world, and the lady vino is paired with – you guessed it – a lot of cheese. What better way to reward your female supporting drunkenness than a baked camembert?Price: From £7.50 (Ossau Iraty cheese) to £21 (cheese selection). Melted camembert is £13. 17. Neal’s Yard Dairy. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com If you're in Neals Yard, one of the prettiest tucked away corners of London, then you must look into Neals Yard Dairy, which sells an extensive range of British cheeses. My favourite thing they do is the 'Celebration Cheese', a cheese wedding cake that looks like £310 well spent. Price: Outside the cheese cakes, prices start from £5.70 for 250g of Graceburn (a soft cows milk cheese) and go up to around £20 for a pre-made selection, or a quarter of a cheese wheel. 18. Dirty Bones. Dirty Bones Dirty Bones, a series of American-style restaurants throughout London, has the equivalent of cheese marmite on their menu – a mac and cheese burger. Purists may groan in anguish, but it's undeniably delicious. A juicy double brisket and dry aged steak burger, topped with pulled beef short rib and topped with melting cheesy pasta? *chef's kiss.*Price: £11.