Like the most dashing party guests, cheese often comes from a different country and always compliments the wine. Chow down on gallantry with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $23 for a three-cheese package, which includes approximately 130 grams of French truffle brie, 150 grams of 12-year-aged Quebec cheddar, and 200 grams of creamy fontina (a $46 value)
- $28 for a four-cheese package, which includes the above package and 150 grams cabrales, a Spanish artisanal blue cheese (a $58 value)
Named one of the best cheese shops in the city by blogTO, Cheese Emporium curates cheeses from at least a dozen different countries, celebrating the unique cheese-making character and tradition found in each locale. French and Italian cheeses dominate the dairy cases in the shop, whose selection Toronto Life describes as “defiantly European.” Pungent and creamy Delice de Bourgogne fills a cheese plate alongside one of three Roqueforts, and Italian offerings such as Sardinian goat cheese and buffalo mozzarella mingle with swiss gruyere. More local cheeses stroll over from other provinces and the USA, including a 12-year Quebec white cheddar and a smoky Oregon blue. Toronto Life also describes an “extensive olive bar” from which customers can harvest a wide variety of googly eyes for the sandwiches at their next business lunch.
84% of 799 customers
“The Cheese Emporium has an amazing selection and wonderful helpful staff!”
“Only the very best special cheeses :) - don't come here looking for cheap bulk cheese. This is where you come for excellent cheese! Very knowledgeable and friendly...”
“Only the very best special cheeses :) - don't come here looking for cheap bulk cheese. This is where you come for excellent cheese! Very knowledgeable and friendly staff. I had been wanting to go here for a long time - happy I finally did!”
“really good cheese, but i was expecting the cheese to come in a nice box or something, not just a plastic bag. ”