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The Old Thameside Inn
2 Clink StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 9DG
- +44 (0)20 7403 4243
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
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The Old Thameside is an average pub, but it is in a great location. It's right next to the Golden Hinde and has ample space outside for when the sun is shining.
The food is unfortunately not very good. I had their classic burger and it tasted like something from a fast food chain with a lot of mayonnaise. Perhaps more disappointing though was delivery to the table, which was extremely...more
This is a pretty typical chain pub. But! There are some really cool things you should take into consideration if you're standing outside, freezing your tookus off, and wondering if it's worth it.
1. Location. Brilliant, right on the river Thames, as the name suggests.
2. Size. Plenty of bar space, tables, standing tables, and other rooms I didn't explore.
3. Service. Friendly, lots of...more
Very standard Nicolson's pub. Right on the Thames, so you're paying for the views. If you can get them.
Very standard Nicolson's menu, which means that you'll pay around a tenner for a pie, which will be decent, but nothing special.
Loads of seats along the river if that's your thing.
Loads of fighting your way through hordes of tourists if that's your thing.
Fairly ordinary, but does the...more
Oh, previous Yelpers. Didn't you know what you were in for when you chose this place? You're paying for the location, duh.
Yep, it's a riverside pub in a tourist hotspot with stunning views and ample outdoor seating. It's bound to be expensive, busy and probably unoriginal in terms of food & drink.
But, despite being pricey, it's still an absolutely lovely place to sit and while away a...more
#1 on the London Bridge to Tower Bridge Ale Trail, The Old Thameside Inn is located of course alongside the Thames and Sir Frances Drakes Pirate Ship!
That said, the amazing outdoor seating is dampened by the smell...of the really cool old boat (can't be helped sigh) and the Thames itself, but that's not a surprise. Once you've carefully used the old, scary steepish stairway from the Bridge,...more