we believe good cheese goes with good wine with other good stuff.
We love snacks — collections of sweet, sour, savoury, crispy, crunchy, chewy, unctuous things. We like putting weird things together and experimenting with flavours — that’s the fun of cheese plates; every bite is different! We think that food should be fun. It should nourish us — yes, but more importantly (or maybe just slightly less importantly) it should provide joy. It’s an excuse to get together, to cook, to chat, to share.
At Good Cheese we try to help foster this ethos by being a shop for our community, not just to stock up on delicious things — but to find new ones, talk about them, and to learn more.
WHAT'S GOOD? EVERYTHING.
Our approach is an inclusive one. So much of the food world revolves around gatekeeping. But the best, most rewarding experiences are the weird surprises that speak to you personally. The best things are different for everyone: an oily cockle from the Spanish coast might excite one person while perhaps an all natural, locally made hotdog will do the trick for another (flavour pairing idea: combine them!).
To us there is no high brow/low brow divide, it’s all good stuff and all the fun is in the discovery. We bring in new things every week and we are always looking for new ideas or suggestions. All we ask for is a good attitude and an open mind.
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