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On Thursday 2nd March, Mathew Carver will be opening The Cheese Bar’s takeaway hatch as a sneak peek before opening the doors to their first permanent restaurant. To mark the occasion they will be teaming up with local Camden charities for a sandwich amnesty offering Londoners a chance to upgrade their lunch.
From 12pm and for one day only, hungry Londoners can head to the takeaway hatch to upgrade their shop-bought, pre-made sandwich for one of founder Mathew’s signature grilled cheese sandwiches. At the end of the day, the charities will be on hand to collect the donated sandwiches, which their teams of willing volunteers will distribute to soup and street kitchens across the Camden area.

After travelling the length and breadth of the UK serving grilled cheese sandwiches from our trucks ‘Alfie’ and “Audrey”, we’re so excited to be taking up residence in Camden Market,” said Mathew Carver, Founder of The Cheese Bar. “We are proud to be working with the local community and to help out those less fortunate; upgrade your lunch whilst helping others out, what’s not to love…

Cheese Toastie

Following the sandwich amnesty, Mathew will be previewing selected dishes from the Cheese Bar menu at the take away hatch between the 4th – 22nd March, ahead of the grand opening on the 23rd. The menu will feature signature classics from The Cheese Truck days including a festival favourite Cropwell Bishop Stilton and the Bacon & Pear Chutney sandwich alongside new additions including a Berkswell Saganaki and truffled Baron Bigod.

Please note, to claim the sandwich upgrade, on the day all pre-bought sandwiches must have at least 1 day left before their expiry date and must be pre-packaged and sealed.

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