Cuisine: Cafe, Tapas/Small Plates, Wine Bar
Price Point: Mains from £10-£20

A ray of Aussie sunshine has landed in London’s Queen’s Park with this natural wine bar with sharing plates. With white brick walls, light wood finishes, a sandy terrazzo bar and plenty of natural light, the dining area is like a slice of a Sydney beach in the busy capital. It’s bright, airy and full of luscious plants - all tucked away on a cute mews street. Simply breathe in that sea air and escape it all.

The dinner menu is all about sharing with a list of seasonal small plates inspired by the European and Asian cultures that make up Australia. There is a focus on provence and freshness with all ingredients carefully sourced from independant UK farms wherever possible.

Milk Beach has an exciting list of natural wines. It sources wines from around the world made by independent winemakers who practice low-intervention wine-making, so each bottle truly reflects the quality of the grapes and land from which it comes. Try their orange wine from Sicily, Provence Rose, Swartland Chenin, among others, from some of the world's top natural producers.

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Milk Beach
19 Lonsdale Road
Queen's Park
London NW6 6RA

Open Hours:
Mon - Tue: 7:30am till 4pm
Wed - Fri: 7:30am till 11pm
Sat: 8am till 11pm
Sun: 8am till 8pm

Phone: 02081 448277
Website: www.milkbeach.com

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Milk Beach
Location: Queen's Park
Cuisine: Cafe, Tapas/Small Plates, Wine Bar
Mains: £10-£20
Accepts:   Milk Beach accepts American Express

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Gemma Sokol

Really enjoyed this laid back experience, with lovely wine, delicious food (seriously impressed) and although only one person was working the tables - he was the most personable. Although it's a bit of a trek - it was totally worth it. I've found wines I now love, and know a cool, relaxed place in NW to swing by anytime!

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Bemily Webster

Lovely setting and even better food and organic wines. Would definitely return!

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- dined at Milk Beach on

Gemma Sokol

Really enjoyed this laid back experience, with lovely wine, delicious food (seriously impressed) and although only one person was working the tables - he was the most personable. Although it's a bit of a trek - it was totally worth it. I've found wines I now love, and know a cool, relaxed place in NW to swing by anytime!

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- dined at Milk Beach on

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