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Review of The Cheese Course

The Cheese Course
Ranked #1,620 of 4,326 Restaurants in Miami
Cuisines: European
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Reviewed November 11, 2012

Everything is about good cheese. We are swiss and french tourists while visiting Miami, and we do appreciate the cheese. In this place they advise you quite rightly and have a good sense to make you appreciate the cheese they have. Wine is good also, though expensive. Try the "bonne bouche", a goat cheese from Vermont USA.

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Reviewed August 16, 2012

if u like cheese, bread, sandwiches but good sandwiches not any ones... play a visit! its a small place, but very well assisted, its casual and there are always samples, which are irresistible. ohh the bread is awesome, my god. and the cheese is sth out of this planet.

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Reviewed March 20, 2012

I had the pleasure here of dining with a friend for lunch on a weekday afternoon. This Cheese Course is the newest of a popular local chain with other locations in Wynwood (Miami's design district), Downtown Miami, Weston, Hallandale, and Boca Raton, to the best of my recollection. It was quite busy, as it had been open about two months when I visited, and people were still checking it out- some business people, but primarily the "ladies who lunch" crowd. The menu, which consists of sandwiches, salads, and cheese platters, was extensive for such a small place, and makes good use of the many imported cheeses offered for sale. I was very pleased with my #6 (grilled veggies w/cheese); my friends had meat sandwiches, with which they were also happy with. There was a small wait for the food, but it was definitely worth it. There were many cooking magazines and books available for perusing in a rack on the wall. Interestingly, the tables were wobbly and the chairs were a uncomfortable, which made it difficult to really relax and read. In addition to imported(mostly)/domestic cheeses, condiments, crackers, implements for serving cheese, desserts and expresso were for sale. The restaurant is in the process of applying for a liquor license, so very soon I am sure wine will be served. One caveat- the offerings are pricey here- about $10 for a sandwich; the cheeses and such are also expensive when compared with other places where I have purchased imported cheese and meats. However, that will not be an issue for the well-healed folks that live in Pinecrest where this place is located, as they will likely comprise the majority of The Cheese Course's clientele.

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