Regency splendour beside The Thames. Built in 1837 this Grade 1 listed venue, still has many original features. The large Georgian windows ensure the finest views of the river. The menu offers authentic English bar snacks, including traditional Whitebait, and an a la carte selection of dishes, with an extensive wine list and real ales to complement.
The Trafalgar Tavern is quite simply a tribute to Old London and Maritme history, a place where the past can live on in the present. Don't miss the specially commissioned statue of Lord Nelson outside. The venue also has spaces available to hire for events and dinner parties.
Venue Details & Map
- +44 (0)20 8858 2909
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark DLR Exit Station and turn left into Greenwich Church St and turn right onto College Approach pass University of Greenwich and then turn right onto Park Row.
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Event Facilities
- Event facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
One of the worst places to go for any food in Greenwich. Seriously stay away! Had an argument with the barman because apparently soda water is the same as mineral water. Then the completely forgot 3 orders now bear in mind we asked about our food 3 times before with no one coming back to us the. Final straw is asking again on replacing cold Yorkshire puddings and being given roast potatoes....more
I love this pub. I used to come here all the time when I lived in the area.
This is a charming pub sat along the river with incredible views of the water, canary wharf and North Greenwich.
It's a brilliant place to have a Sunday pub lunch or just a few pints. Just to watch the boats float by!more
Dined here for Sunday lunch. This is a beautiful pub restaurant in a lovely setting right on the river it has a well layed out restaurant and very nice friendly staff.
The food was good, the roast beef was tasty not the best or worst I've had. They did forget my Yorkshire pudding and i had to ask for it and when it came it was very dry and bland.
Im not a fan of cabbage on Sunday Roasts i...more
Caveat that this is a review of the upstairs portion of what looks to be a pretty generic, if tourist-overrun pub. Regardless of the downstairs, the upstairs is an absolute gem.
When my friends said their wedding reception was above a pub I was a bit dubious; imagining Only Fools and Horses style shenanigans, which did seem a little out of character.
I shouldn't have worried about this, my...more
This is a touristy place with a great view of the Thames by Cutty Sark. The first time I came here I didn't eat and just had some Pimm's but their English pub food, albeit touristy prices, are actually quitegood.
The fish and chips is likely one of the best I've tried in London (though keep in mind I haven't tried many) and their fishcake was also delicious. Their jerk chicken sandwich just...more