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Thursday, 24 January 2013


I don’t think I mentioned this but at the beginning of the year we ate out here at Androuet Restaurant in The Old Spitalfields Market.

On their website The Old Spitalfields Market announced the arrival of this famous name as follows:

Since 1909 the Parisian cheese making and maturing House of Androuet has preserved the heritage of cheese making. It was founded by Henry Androuet, then continued by his son Pierre, inventor of the famous Bourguignon cheese the Brillat-Savarin and founder of a cheese restaurant in Rue D’Amsterdam, Paris. Faithful to tradition, the House of Androuet works hand in hand with the smallest farm producers. This year Androuet celebrates 101 years of tradition and excellence by opening a new cheese shop and cheese and wine bar in Old Spitalfields Market, London.

The London restaurant and shop followed seven Parisian branches and one Stockholm branch of Androuet into existance.

Posted by bigblue on 24/01/2013 at 09:19 PM
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