Liverpool’s first cheese carousel and wine bar has opened at The GPO food hall

The Carousel Cheese Company serve a selection of cheese and charcuterie on a revolving sushi style conveyor belt in wine bar.

The Carousel Cheese Company is Liverpool’s first revolving cheese carousel. Featuring the best of the British Isles, you can find cheese, charcuterie and wines to pair alongside them. All presented on a revolving sushi style conveyor belt, it’s just one of the offers from The GPO Food Hall in the Metquarter.

Liverpool based North by Sud-ouest will provide charcuterie for the belt producing traditionally cured meats. Diners will be able to enjoy exclusively high welfare, free range, slow-grown, local and rare breed meat from this award-winning charcuterie.

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The Carousel Cheese Co. is a love project for owners Patrick Bond and James Kohanzad who have experience working as Richard Branson’s private chefs on Necker Island.

Following a difficult couple of years for the farming industry, the space will provide British farmers with an avenue to sell their unique and crafted products.

What to owners say

Patrick Bond, co-owner of The Carousel Cheese Co said: “British cheese farms should be celebrated on a platform that showcases with passion our countries diverse and artisan cheese makers. Now more than ever we need a place to appreciate the finer things in life and what better way than on our unique conveyor belt.”

James Kohanzad, co-owner of The Carousel Cheese Co said: “We are proud to bring our conveyor belt experience to The GPO and showcase the best of British cheese and charcuterie to Liverpool.

We are delighted to be working with North by Sud-ouest and the Fermentation Station, two amazing Liverpool producers who make exquisite charcuterie, ferments and pickles which will all feature on our cheese belt.”

Where is it?

Located on the Victoria Street entrance of the shopping centre adjoining The Everyman cinema, it’s the largest food hall in the city.

The name - GPO stands for ‘General Post Office’ which is a nod to the former use of the building as Liverpool’s head Post Office.

Independent food vendors make up the mix which includes Restaurant Konjo, Jail Bird Nashville Fried Chicken, Patty B’s Burgers and Bubble Tea.