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
I shared a late lunch with my husband at the Gipsy Moth - a pub we used to frequent many moons ago. We looked over the menu and had a difficult time deciding between burger and ribs, but the slow cooked BBQ beef rib with fries and coleslaw for £11.75 won out.
I wasn't sure at first, as pork ribs are usually my rib of choice. However, I was so hungry my brain didn't have the required energy...more
Overlooking the iconic Cutty Sark ship in Greenwich, the Gipsy Moth is a cozy and relaxed pub. Traditional front room gives way to a relaxed lounge back room and restaurant, plus a beer garden. Perfectly located for an easy pint and great gathering point to meet friends.more
Came here only for drinks and fries a few times during our stay in london. I like the pub because of it's large selection of beer cask and on tap. They also have a nice selection of fruity beer. This place get's super busy even though it's pretty large it was hard to find a seat at times.more
Stopped in here for lunch at the recommendation of our Thames River Cruise boat captain. The fish and chips, which was battered with cider, was possibly the tastiest fish and chips that I have ever had. It also was not terribly greasy, which was a very pleasant surprise. Boyfriend had the bangers and mash, which were also tasty. Our server was cheerful, friendly, and responsive to all our...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