Cheesus Christ! If you love cheese, carbs, pasta, more cheese and even more cheese, listen up, because we’ve got some fantastic news for you. Kerb Camden Market in London is dishing out unholy melting portions of freshly made pasta from a gigantic, hollowed-out wheel of cheese, And yes, it was sent down from heaven from the cheese gods themselves.
YES! A wheel of cheese. Just as good as those sumptuous halloumi fries, right? The cheesy work of art (which is basically a massive block of Grana Padano) is brought to you by mac ’n’ cheese street-food specialists The Mac Factory.
What can you eat? There’s only one dish on offer (seriously, do you need more than pasta and cheese): fettuccine alfredo. The handmade pasta is all rolled on site, doused in generous slashings of white wine and oozing Parmesan sauce. It’s all then slowly stirred into a 40kg (88 lbs.) cheese pot of dreams.
Just look at it!
Oh, and if you’re feeling really naughty. Add some shaved black truffle, smoked pork, leek sausage or a helping of wild mushroom to your dish. One word: fabulous.
Sweet dreams are made of cheese. Who the hell are you to disabrie? Get your cheesy dream fix at Kerb Camden Market, London NW1 8AF.
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