Richard I, Greenwich - pub details
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Greenwich Union, Greenwich (0.0 miles), Prince Albert, Greenwich (0.0 miles), Hill, Greenwich (0.1 miles), Morden Arms, Greenwich (0.1 miles), Rose and Crown, Greenwich (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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It's Saturday night and a bit busy. So they're giving out plastic glasses. Because otherwise "it would take time to get them back in and wash them".
Well dearie me. What next - "it's a bit full, you can't come in"? Probably not, but you will have to drink your beer from a plastic glass.
Uncle_Gareth - 2 Nov 2013 22:25
|We have been regular visitors to Greenwich for many years and every trip seems to finish in the Richard I. Apart from it's great location, garden, service, food etc. - the quality of their Young's "Ordinary" is consistently perfect - one of the reasons being that they simply sell so much of it!|
DaveE6 - 29 Aug 2013 09:21
|for us the gpca this is running a very close second behind the plume a great british pub also known affectionately as the tollyhouse . we have had some truly brilliant nights in this great youngs house .i know there was an issue in putting down carpet but it really shouldnt put you off from going in .does anyone remember that awful landlord from a few years back he hated us and tried to throw us out on several occasions but we always manged to sneak back in .what a miserable git he really was.PS.DONT BOTHER WITH THE PRETENTIOUS NONSENSE NEXT DOOR STAY IN HERE AND SAVE A FEW BOB |
gpca - 19 May 2013 14:18
|Visited on a Friday night and for me, the best pub we tried in Greenwich.|
Just off the main road, this place was quite full and had a great atmosphere in the smaller of the two rooms it offers. There was a decent choice of beer, and the one I chose from the London Fields brewery was very nice.
This pub lies next door to the Greenwich Union and offers much better value and should be visited if you are in the area.
SouthYorkshireman - 7 Mar 2013 21:20
|Really nice little Youngs' pub, does good food and has a pleasant rear garden.|
It's away from the busy town centre among narrow residential Georgian streets.
It's known amongst some locals to this day as "The Tolly" (from when it used to be a Tolly Cobbold inn).
eddybeer - 3 Feb 2013 21:49
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