In Rodez, I highly recommend Chez Marie, Place d'Estaing (right behind the cathedral.) They have a somewhat limited but extremely high quality selection and also serves cheese-based lunches, which are excellent and a great value.
merci Betty! I'll add it to the list.
I found this place when I couldn't find chopped or bulk prosciutto anywhere on the island and it's an absolute necessary ingredient in my red sauce (New Basics Bolognese sauce). Of course, they had the proscuitto, but OMG, the cheeses. And fabulous wine selection. You would love it. I think they cater to the wealthy weekenders and commuters rather than the locals. http://www.bayleaf.us/
kate,Thanks! I'm slowly compiling a list. I've gotten a few emails from friends and family around the States offering their favorite cheese-y places.Hope you're still enjoying life on the island. I love reading about it!
I like the Roscioli shop on Via dei Giubbonari, in Rome (that's near Campo dei Fiori).They sell fine wines, cheeses and charcuterie from both Italy and France and you can even eat there.They have an old bakery too, so the bread is also nice.Their site. the list of cheese isn't working but I do expect it changes with seasons...
Oh and in Toulouse: Xavier, the fabulous!Their site
spacedlaw,Thanks a million! I'm compiling a great list thanks to everyones help.
Hamish Johnston in Northcote Road ,which is a wonderful street in South West London near Clapham Junction.http://www.urbanpath.com/london/cheese-dairy/hamish-johnston.htmJohn
Hamish Johnston in Northcote Road ,which is a wonderful street in South West London near Clapham Junction.http://www.urbanpath.com/london/cheese-dairy/hamish-johnston.htm
thanks John! I'll add it to the list I'm making.
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