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Say cheese!

Cheese, fromage, queso, qveli, ostur, jibini, kase, caseum, 奶酪, kaas. I love

it & oh joy, a new artisanal cheese shoppe has opened up on my fave road in Cape Town: Bree Street. Or shall we now call it Brie Street?

Owned & operated by Luke & his wife Jessica, Culture Club is described as

a cheese, fermented foods & artisanal hot house that sells cheese of course plus breads, milk, yoghurt, condiments, charcuterie, utensils & other lovely things.

No restaurant in the Mother City is worth its salt without great coffee & Culture Club does an excellent Deluxe Brew, prepared by G.

Luke hails from England and has worked in top cheesey establishments around the world & also spent a year at Fairview in Paarl. He's connected to many amazing local cheese makers in SA & stocks a variety of top brands as you'll notice… products are preservative free & ethically sourced; animal well~being & happiness is important- that alone makes me a fan.

Be sure to get your cheese fix at 215 Bree Street! Trading Tues~Fri 08h to 17h & on Sat 09h to 16h. Follow the CC on Twitter & Instagram @lukecultureclub

"Age is not important unless you're a

cheese" ~ H.Hayes



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A former ballerina, I am now a Cape Town based publicist specialising in the entertainment industry. One of my major passions is travel, in my city & around the world, keeping an eye on ethical tourism as I go. Explore more. That's all.



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