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The Gate Clock
210 Creek RoadGreenwichLondonSE10 9RB
- +44 (0)20 8269 2000
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
We come in at first of january. So it wasn't crowded by after working people nor students. Only some old men and women stays there and tourists like us.
The interior is ok but not in best condition.
You have to order at the bar and can take away your drinks. The meals are served at the table. We had fish and chips combined with peas. Except the peas everything was ok. They were lukewarm only...more
I walked around Greenwich on a Friday night at about 8pm looking for somewhere to have a quick, quiet pint before my friend arrived.
The only place, even at this prime, post work drinking hour that was busy was The Gate Clock.
There aren't a shortage of pubs in Greenwich. Lots of them beautiful historical buildings and conveniently close to the sights like the park and the Cutty Sark. Yet,...more
At this pub, the usual Wetherspoons' beer and burger combo is only £3.99 instead of the usual £4.99 - deal! Probably the best food/drink deal in London.
Other than that, experience is pretty standard, especially compared to other Wetherspoons pubs that I've been to. It's right by the bus stop (literally 5 steps) when I take the bus into Greenwhich, and right around the corner from many sights...more
It's a Wetherspoons. I'm sure you already know what Wetherspoons is like, but for the uninitiated it's like the fast food chain of pubs.
Only visited the once- we had spent enough money in the market and decided to eat lunch somewhere very cheap. Food was the same as every other Wetherspoons (i.e. okay). There were lots of students from the nearby university present and as the bar filled up...more
Ahoy! I think I actually hate this place. Twice I've been in here and twice I couldn't wait to leave. In the evenings it seems to take an eternity to get served at the bar (I spent about 20 minutes at a not particularly busy bar while the bar stewards(!) took their time figuring out what tap did what exactly while chatting amongst themselves and then served their friends time and time again...more