Surrey Docks Farm

Venue Details & Map

Surrey Docks Farm

Address
SE16 5EY
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7231 1010
Public transport:
Heron Quays, Null

Yelp

4 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Surrey Docks Farm

5.0 out of 5 6 June 2014
by Amy D.

Firstly, the farm is a lovely educational spot, bigger than the usual city farm. The selection of animals on show is impressive: pigs (and plenty of piglets!), a cow, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, ferrets, bees, and I'm sure I've even missed a few! They also grow plenty of different types of plants and vegetables. The shop sells fruit, veg and eggs from this farm and other local...more

5.0 out of 5 5 April 2014
by Albin B.

Best breakfast south of the river, food meets farm meets canary wharf :) where else can you see a goat and canary wharf at the same time? Nowhere apart from here :)more

4.0 out of 5 30 September 2012
by Heather P.

New to London and taking a walk along the Thames Path, I saw a sign for Surrey Docks Farm and Cafe Frizzante. What is this, I wondered. I happily approached and saw the "free entrance" sign, so I thought, why not?

Sure, it smells like a farm, but breathe through your mouth and get exploring! I'm glad I did :) I found pigs, chickens, rabbits, cows, donkeys, and goats to feed. There's an herb...more

4.0 out of 5 26 August 2012
by Desi F.

I stumbled upon this gem whilst rambling along the Thames Path east towards Greenwich. It was a lovely afternoon and the placards along the path mention a cafe with ice cream. The entrance via the path is completely unassuming. There is only a vegetable garden and compost, nothing to entice you to enter (except for the ice cream). However, make it past the compost piles and you'll be...more

4.0 out of 5 22 January 2012
by Rich M.

The Surrey Docks Farm is a little drop of hidden London. The Rotherhithe peninsula isn't maybe the best known part of the capital, with poor transport links and some deeply unlovely squatting estates, but there's a little gem here if you do make the trek. The farm is quirky loveliness in itself; cows, pigs and goats wander around gently mugging inner city kids and parents for grain before they...more