Right next door to the famous Cutty Sark in Greenwich, The Gipsy Moth is a popular hangout for locals, tourists and students alike. Friendly, comfortable and reasonably priced, the large beer garden is always packed out in summer. This is a great place to chill out with Sunday lunch or enjoy one of the regular barbecues.
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Venue Details & Map
The Gipsy Moth
60 Greenwich Church StreetGreenwichLondonSE10 9BL
- +44 (0)20 8858 0786
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
Reading with trepidation about this place..it seems to be quite a hit and miss, but my pal and I decided to take the plunge and try out gipsy moth for a wee drink and some food.
Yea, the music was loud and made it hard to converse and you have to shout but I suppose if the weather is good and there's space in the garden, it's going to be real nice! On to the food, the onion rings was proper...more
Location is the key plus for this pub, sitting in the shadow of the Cutty Sark. It's a traditional 1800s-ish looking place, with a small bar in front and a larger dining area in the rear. The views from the dining room are lovely, looking out at the ship. Generally everything is....well....ok. Do they have a varied choice of beers and ales? Yes. Do they have decent food? Yes -- standard...more
This is a tough review for me to write... Personally I would give it 4-5 stars... But my 3 friends were very unimpressed - and I Yelp for the group :(
I had the fish and chips and it was really really good! Sabie had the chicken salad and asked for dressing on the side - it was not. Other members of the group all wanted items that were not available - multiple items were not available... I...more
I'm sorry, but I just have high standards for food, and this place doesn't cut it.
We were a party of 5, and we wanted lunch. There was a table that was reserved for someone else, but was free to use until 3 PM. So we sat down. We ordered our food by the bar (because it seems that in pubs, people drink more than eat, and so the establishments can't keep track of what gets ordered, so they...more