Traditional London Pubs
Park Row, Greenwich, SE10 9NW [map]
Greenwich is home to some of London's best attractions, including the Trafalgar Tavern, a riverside pub built in about 1837. Along with other Greenwich pubs, The Trafalgar became famous for its whitebait suppers. Whitebait is still served today, as is a selection of other British staples. More than 1,000 original prints of Greenwich line the walls.
145 Fleet Street, The City, EC4A 2BU [map]
Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese in Fleet Street has stood on the same spot for centuries. The historic pub had to be rebuilt after the Great Fire of London in 1666. Its dark, gloomy interior has hosted many famous figures including, reputedly, Charles Dickens, Dr Samuel Johnson and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.