Captain Kidd is a converted warehouse pub, situated very close to the site of the Execution Dock where Kidd was hung for piracy and murder. They serve a variety of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails as well as modern European dishes from an A La Carte menu. They provide outside seating on the terrace.
Venue Details & Map
108 Wapping High StreetLimehouseLondonE1W 2NE
- +44 (0)20 7480 5759
- Public transport:
- Wapping, Underground
A perfectly serviceable Sam Smith's pub with a great patch of concrete outside- perfect view of Canary Wharf; excellent if you work around there and want to be reminded of your day job during the weekend... (or generally excellent in general)
Inside it's dark with nooks and crannies, toilets are not too disgusting on our visit.
It basically is what you'd expect from a Sam Smith pub- nowadays...more
This is a lovely riverside pub that is spoilt by awful food.
The pub grub at its most average. Shame really because it would be mobbed if it sorted this out.
Not helped by the Sam Smiths beers either.
I won't be returning for some time and then only in the hope that things have changed because the location and the outside beer garden on the river is great.more
Nice pub, right on the water, so it offers brilliant views - especially if you go outside.
The vibe is very casual and fun. Everyone seems friendly and at ease. They serve some lovely cider on draft and best of all, they serve chilli peanuts - and not the plasticky kind either!
The whole place is made of dark wood and it has loads of little nooks and crannies, rooms off of rooms and places...more
To be honest, the pub doesn't look extremely special, but it has its own magic!
Especially at night when the weather is calm (doesn't happen very often these days, but still - it's lovely in the summer), the full moon is right in front of you and a pint of Taddy Lager is in your hand.
I don't need nothing more!
I've never tried the food, because I go there for the atmosphere.
The beer is...more
I've always loved this pub, which is a standard English pub -- don't expect to order too many exotic drinks here -- with a beautiful traditional interior, and a great patio outside with a view of the Thames and flower boxes. Has a solid selection of beer, whiskey, spirits, etc. Usually staffed by a crowd of friendly Australians.
Next door/upstairs is a posh restaurant that has really...more