The Tattershall Castle, Embankment - pub details
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Motion, Embankment (0.1 miles), Gordon's Wine Bar, Charing Cross (0.1 miles), Ship and Shovell, Charing Cross (0.1 miles), Champagne Charlie's, Charing Cross (0.2 miles), Players Lounge, Charing Cross (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Yes, not cheap but wow, the view! I absolutely love this place for all the wrong reasons:|
Crowds: Yes, loads of tourists but - and here's the rub - they DO! NOT! START! FIGHTS! Great atmosphere of, just, fun outside!
Poky downstairs: Cute, even for a Londoner like me!
Movement: I don't get sea-sick so it's great fun to go up to someone who does and move slowly from side to side...
zabadak - 18 Sep 2016 13:04
|I went here the other night with a group of us meeting up before going elsewhere later in the evening. Things started bright with a fine pint of London Pride served up - I'm a northerner and like a full body and decent head and this was both. I've been to the Tattershal Castle on a few occassions before but mostly on company doo's and corporate nights and so wasn't used to the price/menu. I know it's the Thames - I'm sure mooring costs and managing costs are high and I can well believe that the upkeep and operating add-ons are expensive too but a few brown coins out of a tenner for one pint/London Pride and a single Bloody Mary (1 suingle vodka) is way too expensive for the place itself and the service standard they are acheiving. I'm not in Mayfair, Berkeley Square, The Strand, the top square mile establishments, pouncy Portobello or niff-naff Chelsea Harbour/St Katherine Dock so you need to watch the servings. I quiestioned the price with the young student barboy and he looked at me in disgruntled fashion. I looked back with a face that suggested swimming lessons might have been a great idea for him in his early teens. I'LL be back but not often.|
Mcloj - 7 Jul 2011 12:20
|Fantastic view over the Thames, that is the only positive thing I can say about it.|
EdBeery - 3 May 2011 10:52
|Spent Saturday here - great weather, great view. Food was decent and staff were friendly. Would def. recommend. |
cosmogirl2011 - 11 Apr 2011 11:19
|Just spent an evening on here with friends... Not a warm evening in London, so it wasn't too crowded. But we started off on deck, ordering from the outside bar, which was fine - if a little expensive. (£8.20 for a Kronenburg and a bottle of Kopperburg cider, but I suppose you're paying for the view!) Our friends ended up getting a table inside on the deck below, so we joined them and the first comment was "Is your beer cold? Try mine..."|
It was very warm, but I said maybe it was just a warm glass to start with, etc, etc. All night we made the trek upstairs to order and get the cold beers until that bar closed. Our first round from inside came up warm on both beers we ordered, but the bottled stuff was icy cold. When we asked the barmaid to compare the two she just shrugged and said "So? Bottles come from a fridge and are colder...."
Note to manager: Check you cellar cooling!
And this is one of those places that only ring one bell signifying "Bar closed" not "Last orders" - just a heads up. The 6 people already at the bar were instantly turned away....
On a positive, we all ate and the food was very good. But beware of the burgers - £7.75 for a 6 ounce burger and chips on a small plate was not good value!!!
Shark_E - 31 May 2010 00:18
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