Venue Details & Map
The Old Salt Quay
163 Rotherhithe StreetRotherhitheLondonSE16 5QU
- +44 (0)20 7394 7108
- Public transport:
- Rotherhithe, Underground
If you're looking for a place on the river with lots of outside space, this is it. There is a huge terrace area with lots of seating which would be great for groups. The pub itself doesn't have a great deal of character but it's quite nice, right on the river and is pretty close to Canada Water.
The prices are fairly good too which makes this an ideal place for locals to lounge around all...more
Location, location, location! Yes, the nearest tube stop is Canada Water, and yes, it isn't close to the hottest neighborhood in town, but boy, what a spot to pick! Totally makes up for the incompetent service and the obvious lack of an operational process in place.
The easiest way to get there is to take a quick walk from the Canada Water tube stop, or if you live where I do, roll out of...more
This is not your ordinary pub on the river, they go that one step further! On a nice hot sunny day theres nothing nicer than a pint of Guinness and fresh food cooked outside on the grill. The talented chef at this joint prepares burgers, fish and paninis to order. Once your order is all grilled up before your eyes, help yourself to side salad and all the sauces!
A meal outside or in will...more
This is a vast pub on the corner of the lock into Surrey Water from the Thames. It's a modern yet inoffensive building that has a galleried upper floor and a very large terrace which gets a lot of sun when there is any. The views over the river are phenominal and on a hot summer's day at a table near the Thames, glass of iced cider in hand it is possible to see why the English never needed...more
Massive pub by the river in Rotherhithe. Big inside and has a really huge external area with a nice view of the river and city.
They serve a few ales, enjoyed a pint of tiger, which was good. The food choice is good too and turned out to taste rather nice. It is hard to get though as initially ordering was a chore that took a while (two fairly new people at the till) and the system of a...more