Kappacasein’s owner Bill Oglethorpe makes his London raclette cheese in Bermondsey, using a rich, unpasteurised, full-fat milk that gives the cheese its distinctive flavour. The result is one of the finest aromas your nostrils could ever hope to savour, emanating from Kappacasein’s raclette—a generous helping of melted London raclette or Ogleshield on a pile of new potatoes, baby gherkins and pickled onions—and toasted cheese sandwiches made with Montgomery cheddar, Ogleshield, London raceltte and comte, as well as onions and leeks, on sourdough.
Kappacasein has temporarily suspended its hot food offering and will be selling produce only from both its Stoney Street and Three Crown Square sites. You can also order cheese via Borough Market Online.
Kappacasein will be selling 'lockdown toasties' Friday 10th April, 12-3pm. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 07873484930 to place your order. Deivery is free within one mile of the Market or to collect from 1 Stoney Street.