The Dickens Inn is one of the most famous pubs and restaurants in London, located on the waterside at St Katharine Docks.
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The Dickens Inn
Saint Katharines Way,St Katherines Dock,London E1W 1UH,UKE1W 1UH
- +44 20 7488 2208
My Bulgarian parents came to visit me and we decided to take them to this London landmark. It's all about location, charm, cosiness and athmosphere. Food and drinks are more expensive than in most other pubs but you pay for the view you enjoy while sitting at a window table on one of the upper floors. We had some glasses of high quality Chilean Chardonnay and French Rose as well as several...more
I've been coming here for years. Whenever I'm in the area, this is my choice of pub.
It has a great view over St Katherines Dock. It's mock Victorian decor, adds the environment. They have a wide selection of beers, and standard pub fayre, any tourist to London would expect.
The only downside I have, is that the last few times I have been, I seem to arrive just after a coach load of tourists...more
When you are craving a proper pub lunch around Tower Bridge, the choices are limited. We thought we had struck gold when we saw the Dickens Inn, but it was just average.
Firstly, no Sundays roasts downstairs, only up in the Grill upstairs. As we were sat in the ample garden area outside, we settled on various items from the limited menu.
Food was ok, although the hunters chicken had no bbq...more
I've been to The Dickens Inn a few times. It's in a very cute location, and looks gorgeous with the hanging baskets lining the outside of the three story rustic 18th century building.
Last night I stopped off there for a drink in the outside section before going for dinner.
The drinks are reasonably priced and it's a nice location, close to Tower Bridge.
I've previously indulged in the...more
If you're looking for a place with authentic old world feel, you know the sort -- rustic, lots of old wood, exposed beams and bricks and masonry, some polished brass, a fireplace, smoke stains -- then this spot is dead on target. Stumbled across it whilst walking about the docks, looking for a cool spot to have lunch after spending most of the day at The Tower and were we ever pleased. I...more