After years of driving by we finally made it over to Artisan Cheese Gallery [artisancheesegallery.wordpress.com] in Studio City. From the minute I walked in, I was in love. The smell of cheese and fresh bread was overwhelming. Their sandwich and salad menu is an amazing selection of creative endeavors. I had one of their daily specials which was called “Grown Up Grilled Cheese” Comte Cheese (Raw Cow, France), Aioli, Caramelized Shallots and Arugula on Ciabatta. It was one of the most delicious sandwiches I'd ever had. Paul tried their Italian Bruschetta: Bruschetta, Provolone, Finocchiona Salami, and Romaine Lettuce on Olive Batard. All of the sandwiches come with these pickle chips, that are thick and spicy. I was too enraptured with my sandwich to take photos. While we waited for our sandwiches, we tried what we came for King Island Dairy Seal Bay Triple Cream [kidairy.com.au] From Tasmania, of course!While I prefer my cheese to have a little more bite, this is a dreamy slice for Paul. When I tasted it, I thought it tasted like butter (never a bad thing), which makes sense since it's triple creme.You can follow Artisan Cheese Gallery on Twitter [twitter.com] where every day they tweet about their daily specials and soup of the day.