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A small restaurant upstairs overlooking the river. Wooden tables, rather crowded together in order to accommodate as many people as possible. Dry loud and noisy as a result. The pub, however, has a lot of character and charm. The roast beef with Yorkshire pudding was...More
Every time I visit London I try to get to this pub. It's old and small and has great food and a great beer selection, but the best is its historical significance. Located in Rotherhithe, literally overhanging the Thames, it is the site of the...More
Great historic pub in a nice neighborhood. The interior is charming with lots of character. The booths looked like a nice place to sit unfortunately all of them had reserved signs on them. We ended up sitting outside overlooking the river. We came for drinks...More
I have known this pub through its various ups and downs over many years. It has always been atmospheric and historic and, during its best times, cosy and welcoming. But it has almost always struggled with its food offering...and judging by my pie, now is...More
One of or if not the oldest pub on the Thames, had Sunday roast and it would seem the rest of the customers were too, nothing wrong with the potatoes or beef but could’ve had a bit more veg, that’s the only reason it doesn’t...More
Another classic maritime hostelry, full of character, Nauticalia and excellent real ale. Splendid river views could be had from the decked balcony. Apparently the departure area for the Pilgrim Fathers . For all trivia fans, this is the only U.K. pub licensed to sell American...More
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Lots of places on road but usually full so I drive around till I find one. There are public NCP parks which are within 5 min walk. So as a Londoner I usually drive around. If I don't notice place quickly I head straight for... More
Lots of places on road but usually full so I drive around till I find one. There are public NCP parks which are within 5 min walk. So as a Londoner I usually drive around. If I don't notice place quickly I head straight for NCP.