76 Narrow St, London, London, E14 8BP
- Tel: 020 7987 4396
The Grapes is an old traditional English pub steeped in hundreds of years of history, with a young Charles Dickens being one of it's frequent customers. The front bar has dark stained timber clad walls, an assortment of odd wooden chairs and tables and bare floorboards. The back bar has an open fire and steps leading to a deck over the Thames. Up some very narrow stairs is the small restaurant which looks out over the river. It has an excellent reputation for its fish and seafood.
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- Real Ale
- Outside Seating
- Outside Seating
- Real Ale
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01/12/2009 by brutus
The Grapes restaurant utterly charmed me, with friendly staff, and the best seafood I've had in London. The restaurant is upstairs, above the pub area, and is very small - seating maybe 20-30 people in total - as such booking is essential, I have often seen people turned away. The Grapes is right on the river and on a clear evening there is a charming ambience to the place. Note that during the week the menu at the restaurant is only fish and seafood.Report this
Gorgeous, quaint little pub
24/10/2007 by mif
This historic little pub is so quaint that it's worth dropping into if you're in the area and if there's room! Service is friendly, even the other diners who were there when we dropped by on a Sunday were friendly. They serve a delicious Sunday roast - it's either pork or lamb on alternate weekends. That Sunday it was pork's turn and it was so good we practically breathed it down with a few pints. There is a tiny veranda overlooking the Thames where it is incredibly relaxing to sit with a few mates and a few more pints on a sunny day. All the action is overseen by who I'm guessing is the resident mascot, Max, a German Shepherd inclined to mind his own business while happily doing the rounds in the place.Report this
17/05/2007 by flashboy
Lovely riverside pub, with a really friendly atmosphere from both the regulars and the staff. The deck overlooking the river's especially nice, but the whole place has a warm charm to it. Perfect place to plant yourself with a friend or two, be it a cold winter evening or a long summer day. I'm also reliably informed that they do the best pint of prawns in London, although I'm not able to personally verify this... As it's not the biggest place, it can get fairly crowded - especially the bottleneck by the bar between the front and back rooms - but sharp eyes can normally guarantee you a table at most times. Also, it's very dog friendly - there's almost always at least one dog in there - which is probably good if you like dogs.Report this
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