A restaurant barge devoted to cheese is now moored on a London canal

Adam Richards Architects (ARA), an architecture practice with studios in London and Sussex, has unveiled its design for what’s likely the first sit-down floating fromagerie in the United Kingdom: The Cheese Barge.

Now permanently moored along the Grand Union Canal in central London’s 11-acre Paddington Central mixed-use district, ARA’s 65-foot-long custom-designed vessel is home to the newest addition to restauranteur and gourmet grilled cheese guru Mathew Carver’s British cheese-focused culinary empire. That follows the Cheese Truck and the Cheese Bar, the latter being Carver’s flagship restaurant in the historic Camden Stables Market. The Cheese Bar’s buoyant new counterpart, the Cheese Barge, offers much of the same but in a

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