This place is in a back street 5 mins walk from the southern end of Tower Bridge. Smart place, inside and out. Friendly, chatty staff. Decent range of around 15 on cask & keg, usually including a good selection of beers from London. There is a bottle fridge and the food looks very nice, although I didn’t eat. Sport shown on TV if that is your thing, it’s not a rowdy pub though.
Visited 15/11/17. For me this pub has the decor I associate with an old pub that's going for a more modern crowd. Shabby chic but also slightly bare. It wasn't t overly busy for a lunchtime, but that may have just been the impression given by the quiet clientele. Spotted a couple of other blokes on their own who were clearly ticking. The choice if beers didn't overly excite me. London brewers but standard options. Having said that, would still drop in if in the area.
Nice large place near Tower Bridge. Decent beer selection. Around 15 taps including some that shouldn't be there (a house beer in a British pub brewed in Belgium - WTF???) but also some really nice ones. Decent service and prices, really nice food.
SinH4 (360) Garching b. München, Germany | September 7, 2017
A rustic place that you wouldn't check out unless you knew how good it is - but I'm glad we did it. Awesome pub food, a couple of casks, many locals frequenting this place, attentive service, and interesting beers on tap. Absolutely recommended to have some food and beer!
Visited on 26th August 2016. Back street craft beer and food emporium just a couple of minutes from Tower Bridge. Large single room downstairs and dining upstairs this is a well decorated relaxing venue. Good range of beer on Keg and cask. 3 from London brewing plus Burning Sky and a brand new Kernel APA on my visit. Beer quality and prices good and decent service. Like this place
Absolutely the best beer selection in this area. Very updated beer menu. Friendly and helpful staff. Decent toilets. Solid bottle selection. Absolutely a recommendable place! Easy to find. 5 min walk from Tower Bridge. Not that big, can easily be very crowded.
Visited in 27th August 2015 - Good place near to the Tower Bridge. Cosy and modern place with friendly staff and nice english selection. Price was quiet expensive on tap (Beavertown Black Berry pint for £7.5). I didn’t try the food.
10 minutes walk from the Tower of London across the Tower Bridge, this small traditional wooden pub offers a nice selection of circa 10 kegs and 10 casks. Selection is mostly UK craft and not necessairily obscure beers, but also brew (contract brew?) some own beers, so will always find a couple ticks. Don’t do thirds.