The Morgan Arms

3 out of 5 Based on 24 reviews

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The Morgan Arms

43 Morgan Street
Mile End
E3 5AA
+44 (0)20 8980 6389
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3 out of 5 based on 24 reviews

Top 4 reviews of The Morgan Arms

4.0 out of 5 12 November 2013
by Elle Y.

When people ask me about my time at Mile End/Bow, I usually say: "Meh, it's Mile End."

But, I did keep hearing about this place through friends so I eventually decided to have a gander. What a diamond in the rough that this place is! Sure, it's a bit pricey but it's either this or chicken and chips.

The great thing, other than their food, that makes Morgan Arms great is the people who come...more

2.0 out of 5 20 April 2013
by Riza R.

This is a cozy local pub but serves mediocre food.

I have come past here several times and got suckered in to check it out because it gave off a chill ambiance. I also saw that they serve nice dinner here so I dragged along my husband hoping for a tasteful dinner. To my dismay, we found their food mediocre for the price. The seabass was bland while the lamb that my husband ordered was without...more

3.0 out of 5 18 January 2013
by Chris F.

Ok, it is

a gastro pub but drinking is in no way discouraged and they have a small

selection of beers for your dimpled glass.

There are

a few tables out by the road for warm weather. Adnams

explorer is rather a nice beer, served in excellent condition here.more

4.0 out of 5 19 November 2008
by Whitney N.

Walking down Coborn Road in Bow, there's something that immediately strikes you about the Morgan Arms' pretty sage green exterior, maybe it's the tiny white lights in the window, the large beckoning windows, or the eminent sense of history, but the place is instantaneously endearing - before you've ever even been inside.

Fortunately, once its delightful facade has waved you in (and it will),...more