So Wrong It's Nom

Annem Hobson

The Cheese Wheel Kerb Market

The UK’s first street food cheese wheel

Sun 5th March, by Annem Hobson

Lots of people may have come across pasta tossed inside a giant wheel of cheese whilst on holiday and never forgotten the experience. One friend tells me “A restaurant served me a macaroni cheese in a giant wheel in 2004 during a trip in Holland. My family still speak about it to this day.” I can see why!

Food dunked in a melting wheel of cheese is how I imagine heaven would serve food.

Gutted I couldn’t find the equivalent in the UK, I was THRILLED when I saw The Cheese Wheel had officially opened up at Kerb Market in Camden a few weeks ago. Owned by the same team behind the massively successful Mac Factory (also at Kerb) I went along to visit them and find out a little more about the food. Check out the video for a detailed review, and interview with Graham Bradbury, owner of The Cheese Wheel and Mac Factory.

I had a wheely, wheely good time learning to toss my own pasta. The staff are all incredibly friendly and super passionate about cooking. There’s a lot of love that goes into their food.


KERB Camden Market
West Yard
Camden Lock Place
London NW1 8AF

Opening times:

Monday-Friday 12pm-5pm
Saturday-Sunday 11am-6pm

About the author

Annem Hobson

Annem Hobson

Blogger-in-Chief, So Wrong It’s Nom


Inventor of the world's first Cheese Advent Calendar & Cheester Egg. You’ll find me talking all things food on talkRADIO and occasionally BBC Regional Radio.



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