Everything But Cheese is a unique fast-casual restaurant in the Philippines that specializes in offering a wide range of innovative and specialty cheeses. Their story began in 2015 with a small food stall in Sta. Ana Manila.
The restaurant is inspired by different cheeses from different countries and has an unwavering commitment to introducing, producing, and serving the cheesiest range of cheeseburgers, artisan sandwiches, and grilled cheese sandwiches on their menu. Everything But Cheese takes pride in being known as “THE CHEESIEST PLACE ON EARTH.”
Their menu features a high-end fast-food establishment that includes a variety of cheeseburgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, and artisan sandwiches.
A cheeseburger is a burger with a layer of cheese that is typically positioned over the ground beef patty and melted just before serving. While the preparation of hamburgers may vary from restaurant to restaurant, they usually consist of a bread, ground hamburger patty, and toppings such as cheese, onion slices, lettuce, and other sauces.
The process of curdling milk to make cheese typically involves the use of acid like lemon juice or vinegar for some kinds of cheese.
For most cheeses, bacteria are used to convert milk sugars into lactic acid, followed by the addition of rennet to complete the curdling process. Vegetarian alternatives to rennet are available, including those made by fermenting fungi or taken from different species.
Cheesemakers near a dairy area can benefit from cheaper, fresher, and more affordable transportation.