Offering a range of imported Dutch cheeses plus Belgian beers and French wines, this fast-expanding chain comes to Vinohrady
The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.My father was born in Amsterdam, so I have an inbred need for cheese.
Quality cheese. The kind you won't find at Tesco.
Getting the good stuff recently got a little easier for us since a Cheesy shop opened up near Náměstí Míru.
V's known about it for a few months and took me the other day.
It's a little hard to find because the place is not well marked. It's at Jugoslávská 23. This Cheesy is connected to the shop of the same name at Letenské náměstí 6 in Prague 6.
The Anglická location is also a relatively small place, with big wheels along the wall.
A lot of it is Dutch. There was also Italian, Swiss, Spanish, and Balkan.
Some of it is well-aged. If you are interested, the shop assistant might offer you a sample.
There were display cases full of cheeses blended with herbs and spices.
We tried a cilantro-flavored cheese that was quite good. There was also a very green pesto cheese that V liked and I did not.
There were a number of goat cheeses. They even have goat and sheep yogurt.
Cheesy was selling a variety of Trappist beers, but be warned -- it wasn't cheap. Some 0.375-liter bottles were around 90 CZK. There were a few in larger bottles that are 150-230 CZK.
They also had fruit-flavored beer. We bought a bottle of cherry for a friend who likes it.
They also have French wines from Gérard Depardieu and Pierre Richard.
Anyway, I just thought I'd share the find with the cheese lovers out there who didn't yet know about the addition to the neighborhood.
I thought about finishing with some kind of contrived joke about all the second mice out there who should check it out.
But in the end, I decided against it.
I hate that kind of cheese.
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