About us and Contact
Hoxton Beach started as a falafel stall in Hoxton Square in 2004. We pitched up on the car park of an office equipment store, and customers gave us the name 'Hoxton Beach' because of the shingle ground and because we put out deck chairs. Before COVID-19 we ran cafes in Queens Park NW6, Parliament Hill Fields Lido NW5, HIghgate Wood N10 and London Fields Lido E8 and also in the Clissold Leisure Centre N16. We are still making falafel and salads at our unit in Willesden Junction and bread, cakes and pastries at our bakery in Homerton E9. Our falafel market stalls that ran at Whitecross Street Market EC1 and Goodge Place Market W1 are also closed. Please contact us if you think we can help supply food to vulnerable individuals or groups or key workers. Follow us on Instagram @Lido.Cafe and @HoxtonBeach and Twitter @HoxtonBeach.