A charming pub in Blackheath, The Railway brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
|Prix moyen par plat||£10.00 par personne|
|Prix dépensé en moyenne||£25.00 par personne|
Venue Details & Map
16 Blackheath VillageLondonSE3 9LE
- +44 (0)20 8852 2390
- Public transport:
- Blackheath, Null
Top 5 reviews of The Railway
Attractively decorated (something I'm assured has only happened in the last few months) with a very well stocked bar, as mentioned by an earlier reviewer, my companion and I initially ventured in here as he thought it had at least one telly & we were after a look at the football results. All traces of this were though missing from the part of the pub we traversed (although at one point we got... more
Yes, I know, I did it. I went SOUTH of the river. Sure, it wasn't as bad as that one time I drove into Compton in South Central Los Angeles, but I've always had the impression that the world just falls off south of the river.
Regardless, came to this local for a friend's birthday. I kind of wish my local was like this. Offering a wide selection of local ales, as well as other draft, this... more
This place has always struck me as a tad trad chocker with people you wouldn't really want to meet, boring decor, not much to offer. But speeding past this Sunday, the place looked buzzy and the chalkboard outside tempted us with promises of jazz and roast dinner. Weak at the knees at the mention of beef and yorkshires, we decided to defect from our previous destination and give The Railway a... more
sexy crowd, lots of beers to choose from. Make sure to take advantage of the happy hour prices and pub grub... really great fries here. :) more
Just about my favourite pub in what I think is quite a poor part of London for decent pubs. I resorted to a nice bottle of cider though as I had had enough low quality boring ales in the other local pubs!
There is supposedly a lovely roof terrace upstairs. Didn't see the sign until it was too late to be worth the bother. more