Set in the shadows of Tower Bridge in historic Butlers Wharf and inspired by the best of British - from the cornucopia of native produce to cricket pavilions and boathouses and the art of the St Ives Group - Butlers Wharf Chop House appeals to lovers of traditional and simple, honest 'fare'. Head Chef Nicky Foley sources exceptional, home-grown produce that bursts with flavour and requires no flourished refinements.
In addition to the main restaurant, Chop House Bar is an informal place to drop in for affordable food, a quick pint or a Full English with breakfast served from 8am.
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Butlers Wharf Chop House
36e Shad ThamesLondonSE1 2YE
- Public transport:
- Tube: London Bridge/Tower Hill
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Outdoor dining / Beer garden
- Set price menu
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- General Facilities
- Good views
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Traveller cheques accepted
Disappointing. The food was good, not great. The service was terrible to the point I refused to pay the service gratuity on the bill. We waited for our drinks, waited for our appetizers. We had to ask about our entrees and it became apparent that the order had not been placed in the kitchen. We finally got our steaks and they were really nothing to rave about. We wanted desert, but waited so...more
Would give 0 stars if I could. Rude maitre D. She stated she could not seat us at 9pm on a weekend when it was clear they were not busy. Stated we needed a reservation. We had our first day in London and looking forward to this place from past reviews . From NYC and this would not fly there . Stay away . Way too pretentious for a fish and chip joint .more
I must have first visited this place over 15 years ago and have been back regularly since.
It has declined. What a shame.
The place itself is looking a bit shabby, the food was pretty good but nothing special, the drinks were over-priced and the service.......oh dear...it was a shambles.
They need to sort this out - there are way more excellent restaurants in London than when they first...more
I liked this place. It was classy, the views of Tower Bridge were nice, especially as we were there as the sun set and the service was good. The food was okay, pretty standard British cuisine.
We decided to opt for the set menu with 2 courses coming in at £23.50 per person. To start with I had the pea and mint soup with smoked ham and then the fish and chips. The fish and chips were good,...more
pea and wild garlic soup - very tasty but I thought the chicken stock (shop bought stock cubes is my guess) was slightly too overpowering.
deep fried whitebait with mayonnaise - the whitebait was fried in a lightly spiced batter, but was overly oily. It was however served with a delicious tartare sauce.
salmon fishcake with devilled mayonnaise - the fishcakes were slightly dry...more