Great places to eat in Greenwich
Despite being part of London, Greenwich has a real village feel. This individuality makes it a fascinating place to visit. The borough is not short of attractions, boasting the Royal Observatory, the Greenwich Meridian, the Cutty Sark and the National Maritime Museum as well as a fabulous park. With more than enough to do to occupy several days, you will also be pleased to know that Greenwich has many excellent eateries, ranging from snacks to fine dining.
Enjoy traditional London cuisine at Goddards at Greenwich, a pie and mash shop. Here, you can eat where residents and visitors to Greenwich have eaten for over a hundred years! The pies are handmade and freshly baked throughout the day. Will you opt for the traditional mince beef pie or one of the other delectable alternatives?
A friendly pubGreenwich Tavern, ideal for a family dinner, overlooks Greenwich Park. It serves a range of British and continental favourites. For drinks, sample one of the real ales, or indulge in one of the freshly made cocktails.
Close to the Cutty Sark is San Miguel. The terracotta and vine-bedecked décor will make you feel as if you have been transported to Spain as you dine on paella or tapas, drinking something from the extensive cocktail menu.
Eat in or take away
The Hill serves tasty Mediterranean cuisine and prides itself on using only the freshest ingredients. Food can be eaten in the restaurant or taken away. However, weather-permitting in the summer, an enjoyable way to dine here is to sit in the delightful patio garden.
Coffee and cakes
The Plumtree Café is a café with a children’s pay area, making it ideal for the family. Treat yourself to a breakfast or freshly made sandwiches for lunch. Don’t forget to leave room for the cakes baked on the premises.