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Cosy Evening At Maltby Street Wine House London SE1

I spent a cosy Sunday evening at the Maltby Street Wine House, Maltby Street, London SE1. As you enjoy a glass of wine with friends, you can tuck into a few nibbles, cheese and charcuterie platters or a selection of bruschetta with tasty toppings. If you’re looking for the best wine bars in SE1, places for after-work drinks near Tower Bridge or cheese and wine in Bermondsey, you’ll love the Maltby Street Wine House.

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“Relax and unwind in the intimate industrial railway arch as you enjoy a collection of carefully curated wines with expert advice,” Homegirl London.

Maltby Street Wine House Menu

The carefully curated wine list features sparkling, white, red, rose and sweet wines. These are mainly from Italy, France and Spain. However, you’ll also find some from Portugal, Austria, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, England, Chile, Uruguay, South Africa and the USA (California). They also serve a selection of rotating wines by the glass, so you can try something different each time you visit.

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I’m not a big drinker, but as we were in a wine bar, it would be rude not to try a glass of vino. The Maltby Street Wine House experts selected a white French Wine for us to try; Jean Max Roger Cuvée Les Caillottes. I have to say that it was superb, thanks to the fruity and fresh taste.

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We also sampled a stunning Austrian red wine, Mittelbach Gottfried Pinot Noir, a light ruby red colour with raspberry, wild strawberry and rose hip aromas. It’s perfect for anyone who is not a red wine drinker. Try it, and you may switch over to the red side.

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A few nibbles like a Bread Basket with Olive Oil and Balsamic, Nocerella Olives, Roasted Cashews, Almonds or Caramelised Pecans are always welcome with a glass of vino.

maltby street wine house london bruschetta

The Bruschetta selection is the perfect accompaniment if you’re drinking Italian wine. Choose from Tapenade with Tomato, Speck and Smoked Scamorza, Mortadella, Burratina with Green Pesto, Truffle with Mushroom and Parmesan or Blue Cheese with Walnuts and Onion Chutney. Either purchase individually or three for £20.

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Those planning to spend an evening at the Wine Bar will do well to order a Cheese or Charcuterie Platter. That’s precisely what we did, and wow, it was impressive. Small Platters are £14 and large ones £28. We sampled a mixed platter which was top-notch.

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Helpful Information About Maltby Street Wine House

The Maltby Street Wine House is set inside a railway arch, so that you can expect industrial interiors like bare brick walls and an arched ceiling clad in corrugated metal. It’s a small place with an intimate, cosy feel. There is a mezzanine level with comfy leather sofas, which you can reach via a spiral staircase. We had a lovely evening; the staff cared for us with wine recommendations and food. It’s the perfect setting for an intimate date night or catching up with friends.

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To find out more, visit the Maltby Street Wine House Website. The address is 34 Maltby Street, London SE1 3PA. It’s close to Tower Bridge, with London Bridge being the nearest station. Current opening times listed on the website are Thursday to Friday from 3 pm until 10.30 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm until 10.30 pm. A great time to visit is at the weekend because Maltby Street Food Market is open Saturday from 10 am until 5 pm and Sunday from 11 am until 4 pm.

Please drink responsibly.

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If you want to explore the area, you may be interested in these articles:

Maltby Street Food Market
Spa Terminus Food Market
Ten Things To Do In Bermondsey
Bermondsey Historic Walk
Ten Reasons To Visit Tower Bridge Road
Ten Things To Do In London Bridge

Author: Homegirl London. Photographs: Homegirl London. Disclosure: I received free wine and food in return for writing a review. Therefore, this is classified as a Sponsored Post, Advert, or Advertising.