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“One of the best in the Greenwich area” – this three-storey Georgian tavern has a “beautiful garden” and “sits away from the main drag, so it’s not overly packed and touristy”. Chef Guy Awford is a well-known name in these parts having cooked at Inside (RIP) for many years, and is credited with some “brilliant cooking” here too. In mid 2019 it closed, to be totally transformed, with re-opening set for September 2019: if they get it half right, this will become Greenwich’s No. 1 destination. (Ratings are based on past performance: not yet post-revamp).
“Not your typical pub food, there’s real quality and great staff” at this three-storey Georgian boozer in Greenwich. “Attention to culinary detail” comes thanks to chef Guy Awford, previously of the area’s “late, lamented Inside restaurant (RIP)”. “Midweek lunch is exceptional value, given the quality”.
“A hidden gem we hope stays hidden” – this three-storey Georgian pub in Greenwich offers “great cooking and attentive but not intrusive service” in the upstairs dining room. Chef-director Guy Awford previously ran “the wonderful Inside” (RIP, long considered “the best in Greenwich”).
One of Greenwich’s better eating options – “a great pub”, with “tasty bar food”, “fine dining upstairs” and a really “delightful spacious garden”.
Recently refurbished, The Guildford Arms is championed by Time Out as offering one of London’s best beer gardens, now with a replanted sunken garden, which can be viewed from the dining rooms. See the imaginative, balanced and well-crafted British dishes come to life from the semi-open-plan kitchen in The Garden Room, while sipping on top quality wines, artisan beers and house cocktails.
Showcasing seasonal, local produce from small ethical suppliers and serving sustainably sourced seafood, The Guildford Arms menu is filled with modern British dishes centred around the Robata grill. Enjoy chef Guy Awford's menu of charcoal-grilled meat and fish options, including harissa monkfish skewers and Blackface lamb chops.
When the sun shines, The Guildford Arms in Greenwich stages its famous barbecues, with juicy meats and trimmings served in the celebrated decked garden area, with a newly revamped sunken garden. From the bar at Guildford Arms, enjoy premium cask beers, chilled draught lagers and glasses of premium wines using the innovative Coravin wine system.
The dog-friendly pub welcomes guests for any occasion while offering its tranquil garden views. The Guildford Arms in London is a 10-minute walk from Greenwich Train and DLR Stations.
|Wine per bottle||£19.50|
The Guildford Arms Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Greenwich has upped its game with the addition of this new gastropub. Food is much much better than the usual gastropub- this is restaurant quality, from starters (best salmon cake ever, not the soggy kind you generally get) to mains (fish cooked to perfection, duck done pink) to dessert (pear and almond pie is a must have). Renovated space is funky without trying too hard. The outdoor terrace must be fabulous in the summer. Staff are friendly. If this was in SW London, would be teeming with people even on a weekday."
"One of the best in the Greenwich area. Excellent Sunday roast, which although not especially cheap, is good value. Anyway from the main drag so also benefits from not being overly packed with tourist"
55 Guildford Grove, London, SE10 8JY
|Tuesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Saturday||12 pm‑11 pm|
|Sunday||12 pm‑10 pm|