The Narrow Street Pub & Dining Room, Limehouse - pub details
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- Food served
- Riverside location
- Outside seating (Bar outside, terrace seats overlooking Thames)
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Railway Tavern, Limehouse (0.2 miles), Deal Porter, Rotherhithe (0.2 miles), Compass, Rotherhithe (0.2 miles), Mariners, Limehouse (0.2 miles), Brewery Tap, Limehouse (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Correction - it is part of Gordon (the mouth)Ramsey's empire. Apologies to Sir Jamie.|
mcroyal - 10 Aug 2011 18:30
|The Narrow is now part of Sir Jamie of The Oliver's pub and restaurant empire and as such is more food led than beer although it did have 3 handpumps offering two Adnams and one Greene King brew. It sits right by Limehouse basin lock (National Waterways) and has an outside seating area with views over the river etc. Up market? Probably, but as the other pubs in the area (Grapes for example) close in the afternoon then this was a welcome stop off on my walk from Excel to Central London.|
mcroyal - 10 Aug 2011 18:29
|Now this was really not good at all. Dirty pumps on the bar, poor service and a VERY overpriced menu. |
chesterF - 24 Oct 2010 09:16
|this place is awful. dirty. no loo roll and no loo flush handle. poor service. no jugs for pimms. no record of our booking - even though we confirmed it that day. awful shop bought generic deserts. worst cheesecake known to man. the food is poor and the place is grubby. avoid it at all costs |
fulltummy - 13 Apr 2010 17:47
|Surprisingly shabby and uncared for in places - bar staff were removed.|
I'm not surprised Gordon's had to sell his Ferrari.
Clientele were mixture of Friday night boozers and overdressed diners - clearly a big night out!
Didn't eat but the menu looked overpriced.
Great for views down the river and you can smoke too.
Beer was OK but left feeling like I'd just exited a Wetherspoons for the middle classes.
glennquagmire - 11 Jul 2009 19:29
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