Superb beers on tap and exquisite menu for lunch in the garden. This has been one of the best pubs I have ever visited. Lovely interior, friendly staff and locals and the food and drink are to die for. When in Greenwich try it and you will love it.
“Very friendly historic pub between the Observatory and the river.”
Reviewed 23 April 2015
Built in 1691, this boasts of being the oldest and the friendliest pub in Greenwich. At least that is what a friendly local told me even after I told him I came from Essex. Conveniently situated just off the path which leads down from the Observatory towards the river and the other Greenwich historical buildings and eating places. Great atmosphere as we walked in. Busy lunchtime with good beer and food on offer. I went for my usual if I can get it-Harveys. But others tried other beers on offer and were very impressed. Barlady allowed tasters.