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The Cheese Box, Whitstable
(2.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We love the Cheese box! Dawn and her staff provide knowledgable, friendly, exemplary customer service. Helping you navigate your way through the array of delicious cheeses with a smile, and endless ta...  more »
  • We were visiting whitstable for a family wedding and called in for lunch on Sunday 29th may. Limited menu but what they have is freshly prepared and the spring greens soup was the best I have tasted. ...  more »
  • Had a day out in Whitstable. The town is quaint and fantastic little tea rooms .found the cheese box myself and husband like a little bit of cheese. What a lovely place.i purchased a box of 4 difrennt...  more »
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  • What can I say that others haven't! Whether you're a cheese monster or not, this place is a charming nostalgic little deli, with treats galore. Obviously it can be expensive, but it's a specialist shop. There's something for everyone. You MUST try the chutney/pickle!!
  • Staff really helpful. Cheese is delicious! Plus that guy is hella cute :P
  • Great cheeses and friendly staff members giving tasty pieces of advice!
  • Amazing cheese, wine and local beers. I highly recommend the ISIS!
  • "Cheese cheese, lovely cheese!". Ah the cry of the world weary traveller on encountering a small shop selling only the food of the gods. Delicious cheese. Heaven. Or so I thought until I entered the shop equivalent of belzebubs lair. Oh, sure, the tasty cheese was lovely, no complaints. Expensive but tasty. Stupidly I hadn't realised that by pro-creating (not in the shop I might add) and bringing my offspring into the Cheese Box was such a grave error. How foolish I now feel. What hideous crime did my 6 year old son commit I hear you ask? Did he smash through the sneeze guard with his tiny hands, push a whole Stilton (delicious by the way) into the face of his sister whilst screaming Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet, hands now caked in blood and high-end cheddar, artisan crackers strewn as far as the eye could see? No. He tried to sit on a stool. Kids these days eh? No manners. In my day you'd be lucky if you were allowed to speak and that was on your birthday and the nearest you'd get to cheese would be if an adult (or "elder" as they were then) let you fight the cat for the Pepper Boursan wrapper. To the death. Needless to say the parting shot from the member of staff (cheese captain? Queen of Gorgonzola?) that we should have "taken them to playground" was both welcoming and well researched. "Everyday is a school day" so the saying goes. I learnt that a cheese shop staffed by someone who hates people (because children are people too) should probably stick to cheese production. I'm clearly no expert but I feel the cheese ageing process could be sped up simply by being in the same room as this particular woman. Possibly underground. In a cave. Away from all those horrible people that keep trying to buy things from you (idiots).