Young's pubs are located across the UK, they offer a warm friendly atmosphere are serve great british dishes throughout the day and evening.
Venue Details & Map
52 Hopton StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9JH
- +44 (0)20 7928 1899
- Public transport:
- London Blackfriars, National Railway
Southbank has a lot of hidden gems, but this one is as obvious as can me. Right outside Tate Modern and next to the Thames, this is one of the best places to grab some lunch or some drinks after work and enjoy a great view of the river. The food is not as cheap as pubs usually are but you are definitely paying for the view, which is amazing! You can see St Paul's Cathedral right across you and...more
Great location for a lunch or dinner. Good wait staff. If you find your self in Central London near St. Paul's, Tate Modern, or the Globe, this is not a bad place to take a load off and have a decent meal. View is spectacular and atmosphere is laid back.more
Very handy for the Tate Modern and it has a great view over the river. I'm pretty sure however that if you picked this pub up and moved the location it wouldn't prove to be anywhere near as popular.
Not a great food selection and what I saw brought out from the kitchen didn't look too appetising. A pretty average beer selection and a bit of a lack of seating outside. If you can get there...more
Good food, great location. Right on the Themes and just south of the Tate Modern.
I sat outside, even though it was very windy. It is a very busy place and it is a little unclear how to order or get a table. I had to ask around.
The hamburger i had was good--nothing to be excited about. The pint I enjoyed while eating and soaking in the view was good, but not exceptional. I was in and out...more
I discovered the Founders Arms whilst walking to Waterloo from the City in the recent Tube strikes. This place is all about the views, perched on the South Bank, the patio area is a great place to look at London's ever changing skyline with the luxury of a pint in your hand.
It is conveniently located for the Tate Modern so when pretentious modern art gets to much it is worth popping in...more