Visited this pub in Nov 2018. Sadly no food on Sunday nights, but the beer was very good and the staff was super friendly.
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We stopped here by chance walking around London. Waitress was really friendly polite and attentive. I had nice fish n chips (£12) and peas. The Mac and cheese was a hit too. And the beef burger.
Very interesting pub in terms of decor and a very knowledgeable bar maid of the different ales and lagers. Menu looked good and pies advertised as home made. All 3 of us had various pies with mash and veg. Very disappointed with the meal. The...More
This was my second visit, I just love this pub it has a my favourite alpine larger. The pub is cosy and has a very friendly and welcoming atmosphere it's has personality and a community feel. Well worth a visit.
Found this little gem by pure chance on Sunday whilst looking for shelter for the 8 of us from the rain. The food was excellent, the drinks were reasonably priced & the visit was made by the excellent hostess who made the whole experience more...More
A rarity to find a pub that hasn't been ripped apart and up dated. This Sam Smiths pub is not far from Tower Bridge on a corner. Its not a busy pub but has a steady flow of customers throughout the day. The dining room...More
We found this pub with dining room today, Sunday 19th. The Anchor Tap is a few metres away from Tower Bridge. It is a Samuel Smith pub, serving good pub food at a reasonable prices. The young lady serving us was very jolly and kind,...More
Very enjoyable lunch after a tour of the Tower of London and a stroll across Tower Bridge. The staff was charming and very helpful and the food was quite good. Topped off with some tasty beers, it was such a welcome break from the tours!
You can have just beers downstairs or be served food upstairs. It’s very homey, quaint tables, velvet booths, floral carpet. The lager was fantastic and the sausage and mash made me feel like I’d stepped into old world London. It’s a little hidden and off...More
Didn't try the food, only stopped here for drinks. On the plus side, this is a bit of peace and quiet just off the very busy path by the Thames. On the negative side, you can see why it's not crowded - diffident service and...More