The Dickens Inn in London
Tracing its origin to the early 17th century when this building was a warehouse, it was moved from its original position to a new spot and converted into a traditional London pub. Whereas the place has 3 specialist restaurants, the most interesting is ' The Tavern Bar ' a traditional English Pub and the Beer Gardens ( which are really a part of the Tavern Bar) where you can enjoy some traditional English food with beer.
At the Beer Garden with Fish & Chips and Beer.
If you want to enjoy the warm sunny London summer day , choose one of the beer gardens. Collect your beer from the bar and place your food order - the food will be served at your table ( you will need to choose your table first ) . My choice was the traditional fish&chips which is served with a selection of sauces and beer. The fish was excellent as was the beer.
Pigeons enjoying a bite at the pub.
A walk around the area after a bite at the pub is very pleasant with some lovely views of the harbour with its boats.
The Harbour with it's Yachts
One of the many interesting boats anchored in the harbour.
My vote is a definite YES for visit to this charming English pub and a stroll around the area
The Address :
The Dickens InnMarble Quay
St Katharines Way
Tel 0207 488 2208
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