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Hey guys this pub just gets better every vist didn't think this was possible. Great beer great food friendly staff. Dont overlook this pub when in Greenwich. You will regret it I'm telling you it's a ten out ten from me. A perfect pub
gpca - 11 Feb 2018 14:40
Can't give this pub more then ten,mores the pity. Still the best pub in Greenwich if not London.long may it regin supreme
gpca - 19 Mar 2017 18:43
Can't give this pub more then ten,mores the pity. Still the best pub in Greenwich if not London.long may it regin supreme
gpca - 19 Mar 2017 18:41
Excellent and friendly little local on a street bounding Greenwich Park. Nice tiling and decor as well as friendly staff and palatable beer, in my case "Endeavour" although others such as Harveys Sussex Best were offered.
rainlight - 3 May 2016 09:06
If instead of reviewing pubs I was an OFSTED inspector writing a report on a school, I would say it was outstanding. As it happens I am a football fan that found myself here after Charlton Athletic away. It has many great nautical themed decorations in keeping with the history of the area. A good selection of well kept ales, plenty of seating and the traditional menu includes large portions of fish & chips or bangers & mash. It's fairly central for accessing what Greenwich has to offer yet still off the main road enough whereby you have to be 'in the know' to find this place. They don't get much better than this.
Richard_ReadingFC - 29 Feb 2016 12:51
Another infrequent visit to this good locals pub. Service a bit slow as usual.
HopStuff Single on tap along with the Brockley Brewery, Harveys and Damned Doomed Bar. Had the Local HopStuff which was good.
rpf1955 - 29 Aug 2015 16:28
Only discovered this pub recently. I concur, it's far and away the best pub in Greenwich; friendly, good character and well kept good value beer. Very handy for the park.
mike_s - 24 Jun 2015 13:50
Thanks again for making a great pub crawl extra special .James and Anna your the tops guys. This is truly a special pub and iimplore one and all to come take a look . Sorry by the way if we were all a bit noisy but we all do feel at home here .RIP dave a very nice man you will be missed
gpca - 21 Jun 2015 17:40
Yet another great day in Greenwich topped off with a vist to this great pub. Only 1 hour door to door from our house in West Sussex by train. Wished we lived next door. God I love this pup.So hopefully will you
gpca - 24 Jan 2015 18:29
Lovely little pub tucked away just off Maize Hill, previous good reviews are a good indication of this fine old pub
vinnnie - 9 Dec 2014 17:00
What a great pub. What a real find. This is surely the pub we have been looking for over the past 3 years. Spotlessly clean, happy friendly, staff 4 traditional beers. I had the Harvey's Sussex Best, and it was in really good condition. There was a quiz which is apparently held every 2 weeks compered by a quizmaster who was very entertaining, humorous and kept the evening buzzing. The food was great and reasonable priced, and the Christmas decorations were the most tasteful we have seen. Thank you Plume of Feather we shall return very soon.
GerryD - 6 Dec 2014 15:22
The Plume does lots of food in the bar and out the back in the dining room which is great. When you walk in it still looks and feels like the traditional pub it's always been.
The Richard on the other hand don't feel like a pub anymore. I'm not against change but somethings need to be left alone...the Tolly's one of them.
Oh,and they've ruined the Pilot too.
lionbaz - 6 Oct 2014 10:45
Been coming in for years and this pub is a must visit to all that come to greenwich or are lucky enough to live here. I mean it must be great as we come up from West Sussex to drink here it is that good.I / we all wish it was our local its that good ,and no we are not related to the landlord who by the way is a very very nice guy as are all the bar staff .go on give it a go it is the best pub in greenwich after all I mean have you seen the Richard the 1st lately Jesus I hope they never ever do that to this pub .long live the plume
gpca - 4 Oct 2014 15:08
Good pub in the back of Greenwich. Have been passing this pub for years but never had the opportunity to go in. Changed that last night. Friendly place but service was a bit slow, must have been due to a small rush of customers after the firework display on the river.
Harveys Sussex Bitter was good £3.90. Pride and Damned Doomed Bar were the others on.
rpf1955 - 6 Sep 2014 17:36
4th and final pub of my mini crawl, came here just before 10pm and this might have been the best of the lot.

4 ales on the pumps, my selection of Harvey's Best was very good and a good way to end the evening.

Not too many punters in, the ones that were in were friendly and along with the good attentive service gives the pub a really nice fell.

This is a really nice boozer occupying a great position overlooking Greenwich Park.

I was here around 11 years ago but haven’t returned since, I won’t make the mistake of leaving so long until my next visit.
lezford - 28 Jul 2014 13:13
A real gem. A pub like pubs used to be in the good old days. Lovely environment, clean, friendly. One of the pubs everybody should enjoy.

KentishGuzzler - 4 Jun 2014 12:05
4 pumps with dull bar, pride, sussex best and hog back bitter.

Seemed a very friendly local crowd with a vibe similar to a busy village pub 7/10
legionuk - 14 Sep 2013 20:31
this is without doubt the best pub in greenwich great location great beer good locals .the gpca just love this pub .never miss this pub on our crawls only meant to stay for a pint always stay for 2 or 3 . a must vist .ps all the guys love anna the barmaid
gpca - 16 May 2013 17:14
The Doom Bar is always excellent in this pub.

I had a really nice burger with homemade chips for just £7.

Always seems to be a very relaxed freindly atmosphere.
Pat_Bateman - 12 Mar 2013 11:52
Decent enough pub. People do tend to sit round the bar but that is ok. This is the Plume of Feathers not the "Dockers Fist" so the natives are friendly enough.
Barmaid was chatty when we were there. Gets quite mobbed during the day at the weekend as it is so close to the park. Nice old fashioned pub.
bigaerials - 16 Feb 2013 17:22
Nice pint of Doom Bar. Went in... all the punters sat around the bar making getting served a challenge. Then "Glad All Over" came on and the place went mental. Nice pub and on the Camra pub walk route for Greenwich.
Mappiman - 20 Nov 2012 17:37
Nice location, friendly staff and a decent selection of real ales in this cosy pub. Recommended.
Abteilung - 11 Nov 2012 18:49
Very cosy and welcoming pub which is certaintly appealing during the Winter months. About 5 ales on including Fullers - I tried the Wj king Horsham best.
Booze_Allen - 11 Nov 2012 15:31
This has been a decent pub for a good while now. A good range of beers on tap, a nice comfortable "lived-in" feel to it and normally a friendly crowd in.

I just wish they'd get rid of the ****ing Palace scarf and pendant from behind the bar. Yeah, it's probably a bit immature of me, but we only stopped for one last time we were in as it grates handing over my dough with them hanging there.
Keef_Peacock - 22 Sep 2012 20:22
Nice place, looked it up on here and went during a day trip to the observatory on my birthday. Couldn't have asked for a better pub, characterful, friendly locals and good beer. Also ordered food there, had a cracking home made pie filled with a weeks worth of meat!

Worth a trip off the beaten track. Recommended.
dead_celeb - 10 Jul 2012 11:31
Lovely pub, a little off the beat and track but worth popping in. Good selection of Beers, although I would say possibly a little on the pricey side. Really good atmosphere and friendly bar staff and locals.

Really comfortable pub, could while away a day in there happily. Menu looks good but didn't eat there. Will definitely head back.
Popsuruncle - 25 Nov 2011 18:12
Good pub near to the entrance to Greenwich park, had a excellent pint of London Pride whilst sat on the bench outside watching the world go by.

Good cross section of people in here with locals and tourists mixing well.

Plenty of memorabilia on the walls, the pub is clean and well kept.

Pleasant bar staff.
beershot - 4 Oct 2011 17:47
It's worth the couple of blocks walk up from Trafalager Road to find the pub!
Small, intimate front room with said fireplace. Friendly publicans to us Texans with our language barrier!?!
Sharps ale good and fresh. Large dining room in back with a beautiful patio area out back.

richardo - 20 Jul 2011 20:35
We held our daughter's christening lunch here and our guests still talk about how great the catering was! We were thrilled with every aspect of the service, the warm welcoming atmosphere of the pub and the friendly staff. I would definitely recommend this venue if you want a cozy gathering (we had approx 50 guests) in a tasteful surrounds (inside and out) with generous, lovely food.
aileen10 - 6 Jul 2011 13:23
Characterful, friendly pub. Well kept beers and spotless.
curioushistory - 4 May 2011 00:34
An excellent pub, with a community atmosphere, and welcoming to non-regulars. I was there on Royal Wedding day and they were having a good party with wedding cake on the house.

Highly recommended if in Greenwich. Located just outside the park.
dpaajones - 1 May 2011 13:45
Great pub. Warm (big fireplace) and welcoming on the inside during winter and a lovely beer garden out back for the summer. Does a nice spot of food and some decent ales too. Probably my favourite pub in Greenwich.
Simjaha - 15 Apr 2011 14:47
Lovely find tucked away by the Naval College. This was our first pub in a mini crawl and worth the trip. Cracking Hardy's.
Looked like it was doing a fine trade with folks who had been yomping around the park....could get busy with kids and dogs!
LickeyEndBooze - 3 Jan 2011 13:39
Cosy pub overlooking Greenwich Park. It seemed to be the first pub open in the area at 11am on Tuesday. Harveys Sussex Old Ale & Best Bitter, Adnams Bitter and Fullers London Pride were the 4 real ales on offer. The interior is carpeted, whilst the walls have plenty of nautical pictures and artefacts to admire. Fleur de Lys were etched into the glass either side of the front door, reflecting the pub's name. A large collection of plates are stored on a shelf around the walls. Classical music was playing and the French landlady appeared fairly friendly. A peaceful oasis away from the town centre.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Dec 2010 19:42
Very nice atmosphere in this pub when we visited on Sunday afternoon.

Nice to see some working class characters standing round the bar. Real London older bloke types laughing and joking. One even had a few teeth missing, which was strangely endearing and adorable.

Makes a change from a pub being full of 20 / 30 somethings all having Sunday lunch and half a shandy, whilst their posh twat kids run around, getting in everyone's way and generally asking for a damn good open hander.

Like us, these guys were just there for the booze.

Difficult to get a seat, but then it is Greenwich at the weekend ... and it is just 50 yards from the park.

This pub is well worth a visit, even if the only cider on offer was yet again Wrongbow.

There's a large restaurant type area at the rear of the pub, if you are into that kind of thing.
Pat_Bateman - 6 Dec 2010 11:05
This is such a shame. Went there yesterday for lunch, and while the beer side was excellent, the food operation was anything but. We ordered 3 veggie roasts and 2 mixed and what followed was so bad it was almost funny. We were advised that there was only 1 veggie roast left, so on the assurance that this wa sindeed true, we agreed to have that, and 2 plates of assorted veg roast pots and yorkshire puds. What eventually arrived, was 2 desultory plates of what looked like frozen veg, and Aunt Bessie's pots and puds. The veggie roast we had been promised became a goats cheese salad served with the same foul looking veggies as before. Even the carnivores had problems. One mixed roast contained what looked like the anus of an unspecified animal (even the waitress couldn't identify it) and was totally inedible. We were especially annoyed as had we known that they didn't in fact have the veggie option, we could have gone elsewhere, but by the time they brought anything out, it was too late. Very disappointed, and livid that chefs still feel they can treat vegetarians as second class customers, and assume we'll be grateful for any paltry offering.
elquiffy - 11 Oct 2010 09:52
Nice and friendly pub - cosy, some might say a downside is its a family friendly pub - so there were 3 or 4 kids running around.......but food was nice and beer was good - very cosy place - pricey maybe but thats Greenwich for you I guess (two pints and two Sunday Roasts came to just over 31).
adamwalsh - 13 Sep 2010 08:25
Outstanding pub that was recommended to me. The cask conditioned ales were a real treat and the food was terrific. Before I left I felt like a regular. I'd recommend this to any traveller looking to visit a "Real" English pub.
Mr_Retro - 12 Sep 2010 21:38
Smallish range of real ales, at least one of which tasted slightly dodgy; rather pretentious food menu (8 for a burger!); and slightly slow service. The food quality was fine, and the garden was very pleasant to sit in, but on a winter's day when everyone's inside I'd imagine this pub could get rather too crowded.
Trev - 7 Aug 2010 22:49
A very nice cosy pub well worth a visit
dsteve - 7 Apr 2010 10:05
Good traditional pub. Well run. In good condition. Nice warm friendly atmosphere. Adnams, Pride, Tea and Harvey's on offer. Beer is in spanking condition. A solid pub.
SilkTork - 7 Jan 2010 20:38
Love this pub. fantastic fantastic beer garden out the back with kids play room and gorgeous flower garden.. the menu is really really good aswel.. just really really good all round.. if you are in the park and you fancy a beer or some food this place rocks.. really lovely friendly staff aswell in the pub and the restaurant... lovely sunday roast
simonmaguire - 2 Jan 2010 17:36
A lesson to be learned here - don't be so selfish as to take your oversized lifestyle-pram into what is clearly a compact, busy pub full adult-sized patrons. If you must take your screaming child into a pub, annoy the hell out of everyone around you (really - your kid is not the centre of the known world) and generally impose your life on others then have the common sense to a) carry it in or b) use a perfectly decent folding pushchair that doesn't get in the way.

Great pub; excellent beer, decent value food.
jefflemons - 3 Nov 2009 16:50
This is one of the best pubs I know in London. There's nothing not to like - the food is great, the bitter is always good and it's really friendly. Had my wedding bash there recently and it was spot-on. Can't recommend this pub too highly.
simonmcinerney - 22 Jul 2009 11:08
A couple of fact:-
1) The beer industry the is in decline 8% year on year.
2) 4 pubs close a day.
3) This Pub is is in a great location.

I can honestly say that that I had the worst experience ever in this pub. I've also visited a significant number of pubs in my time as I've spent 10 year's working for the global number 1 brewer in the On-Trade so I 'd like to think I'm justified with my opinion.

I have had a similar experience to a similar reviewer; who also made a similar mistake to myself as bringing a pram into the pub. I was also attacked/approached by the French owner who has all the customer service abilities of a female Eric Cantona at Selhurst Park with a bad dose of PMT.

I too as per your previous reviewer was too shocked to make a immediate retort. I am anoyed at myself and my spineless mates that we didn't leave straight away.

Therefore the lesson is is thus:-

The pub trade in the UK is on the ropes, this pub however is in a great location..... If you want to be a seagull and follow the trawler, go for it.

Just don't be surprised if you are greeted by a kung fu kick of customer service!!
Big_Boy1 - 4 May 2009 21:07
We recently had a surprise 40th birthday party here for my sister and the venue was absolutely perfect.
They have a great sized room at the back opening on to a very secure garden for children, which also had a games room. We didn't see them all afternoon!
The buffet food was delicious and very well presented.
They even took the time to dim the lights for the lighting of the cake.
Lovely time had by all, thank you!
Loo - 17 Mar 2009 11:04
Have tried this place several times over the last few years and still can't get past the feeling that I'm walking into the front room of someones house and am not particularly welcome. Don't have any definite issues to back this up with. Nobody has ever said anything untoward or anything like that, it's just the overall feel of the place. A similar backstreet boozer is the Star And Garter which is not too far away. Again in terms of decor and regulars it's like entering someones house, but I don't get the same feeling there which makes me think there must be something genuinely odd about The Plume Of Feathers.
nrj746 - 9 Mar 2009 10:50
Very nice pub, had Sunday dinner here, huge joint with enough crackling to feed a family. on the whole very nice, although gravey slightly watery. staff where very friendly, drinks where very reasonably priced as was the food. decent selection of ales and draught beer. high 8/10
sir_adam_of_downham - 4 Mar 2009 14:44
This is a nice pub. one of the best we went to on our tour, it was very quaint and the staff are nice and polite. It was very small and can imagine that it may be a bit oppressive if its busy but it was very quite when we went in and it was lovely.
aussiefi - 16 Feb 2009 12:24
Superb little back street boozer, very small and intimate. Quite friendly as well. Would very much like to go back next time I'm in Greenwich.
PigPen_in_the_Fens - 15 Feb 2009 13:32
Visited late friday lunchtime...warm and welcoming and an excellent pint of Harveys Old to not sampled but so close to the National Maritime Museum it would be rude not to visit again!
jeremyb - 13 Dec 2008 08:35
I used to love it here. As a Greenwich resident it has always been my fave, but I had the worst experience ever this Sunday and shall not be returning.

The (previously nice) French manageress had a go at me because my friend did not want to wake up her two-year-old and take him out of the pram. He had just gone to sleep and if she had woken him he would have bawled his eyes out. She went and checked with a member of staff and he said it was fine, but once we had got the pushchair as far as the restaurent area, the manageress made a bee-line for us and started having a go. The staff member tried to intervene to let her know that he had already agreed to it, but she ignored him. She was really rude and literally in my face. I was absolutely shocked, she treated us like we were anti-social idiots. She told us we could leave him in a corner miles away from the table, this was unacceptable. To be honest even if she had backed down and agreed we would have left anyway after that little incident. Thinking back I wish I had made a scene, but I was too shocked to really say anything. As you can tell I am really fuming, and also offended that she didnt recognise me to be a regular. Not that I am sure she cares. Then only trouble is, she is the manageress so I have no-one to complain to.
Thinking about it, I have seen her having a go openly at members of staff. She is not a nice person, I will not be returning.

daughterofmum - 17 Nov 2008 16:33
Really nice, great staff, good beer...nothing else to add, go for a pint!
pubfan101 - 13 Oct 2008 14:47
Well worth a day in Greenwich;should be advertised more. Worth bringing your chums along to.
anonymous - 28 Sep 2008 11:44
Smallish pub with u shaped centre bar. The interior is cosy and comfortable. With a couple of tables out front which are functional, but like the rest of this pub, reminds you how pubs used to be. Always has a great atmosphere in this old school local. Beer (Adnams)was as ever, in good nick.
mrse1 - 3 Sep 2008 14:55
Went here for the first time for a Saturday afternoon lunch with my folks. We all enjoyed the food, although my mum thought the fishcakes were a bit too spicy. The landlady asked why she didn't finish them and when we explained, she refunded the money for the meal without further ado and said she would talk to the chef. Very impressed with the food and service. Will definitely be back.

weekendpants - 29 Aug 2008 09:49
Had a good sesh in here the other night. About 8 of us, all had a good time and some damn fine beer!
JockStrap - 26 Jun 2008 17:49
this is a great sunday pub, lovely food and atmosphere
lee75 - 19 May 2008 23:09
It had started to rain so I used this as an excuse to visit the pub as we walked past. Good selection of beer. Good atmosphere, will be coming back.
Kerrminator - 9 May 2008 11:13
Pride, Adnams, Harveys Best, Everards Sly Fox.Carpetted bar area with banquette seating, lovely old brick fireplace to rt of bar and tv showing footie scores on teletext, beyond this a smart wood-floored restaurant area, empty but laid for evening service, well spaced tables, a nice country-dining feel to it although the price for pub-grub dishes leans toward top-end, starters 4-5, mains 10-12. Nice beer garden to rear, popular in Sats sunshine, we were lucky to grab a (plastic) table.
trainman - 28 Apr 2008 12:10
Have been drinking in here on and off for the last 3 years and it has always been a good pub. The welcome is friendly and the beer is well kept with two regularly changing guest ales on top of Adnams and Pride. Recent highlights include Crouch Vale Brewers Gold and Castle Rock beers. Harveys usually makes an appearance during the month.

Finally got to eat there today for Sunday lunch and was really impressed with the food. A fine roast beef dinner - well cooked (medium rare) and tasty meat and perfectly cooked veg. Good value as well I reckon (about 10 quid.) All in all one of the best pubs in Greenwich.
anonymous - 18 Nov 2007 19:01
A friendly if efficient welcome, log effect fire burning, chiming clock, lots of paintings of galleons, lively atmosphere with a buzz of chatter, you get the ambience. Large TV suspended from the ceiling but not on suggests sporting events shown but perhaps with discretion; the background 80's music left a bit to be desired though. Fullers Pride, Adnams Best and Gale's Trafalger on tap, beer well kept. Snacks available, and a restaurant area at the rear.

Maldenman - 25 Oct 2007 10:42
Friendly locals and very helpful and knowledgeable barman. Perhaps a bit pricy but would go again for the good beer
duskmaiden - 13 Aug 2007 00:30
last time I was here they done a great pint of Tanners Jack, and it's good to see they've added the formidable Skylark. A truly excellent pint for a really top notch pub.
kriekboozer - 4 Aug 2007 15:43
Finally got to visit here despite having lived 5 min away for past 3 years! Great pint of Skylark and even had table service from the French landlady for the final pint. Nice, warm feel inside and I will definitely be back soon.
JonW999 - 3 Aug 2007 08:35
Did a bit of a pub crawl in Greenwich at the weekend and this was by far the best pub we visited. Good selection of bitter, tidy, friendly locals, off the tourist track. Only down side was too many kids in the garden (one's too many to be honest).
cfcmark - 23 Apr 2007 16:07
cant wait til they get that mr dunne back behind the bar! phwarr!!
six - 10 Jan 2007 17:19
This is a nice cozy pub, particularly in the winter when the fire is going. Had a few pints of Harveys on my last visit. Superb. Doesn't feel like a London pub and that's a reason to give it a go. Defo!
davefrom78 - 15 Nov 2006 14:58
Very good traditional pub, decent food, good beers, friendly atmosphere and staff, slightly off the beaten tourist track. Try it next time you go for a walk in the park.
GreenwichGraham - 8 Nov 2006 22:52
had an intimate nite in there 2 weeks ago! great nite and nice atmosphere! One of the better pubs in greenwich! bet u regret leaving to g'wich inc ey mick?
anonymous - 7 Sep 2006 21:11
great pub
the landlady/owner always employs buxom/tasty barmaids, only ever seen a bloke behind the bar once.
food has improved.
a little pricey
friendly/funny locals
milkthistle - 22 Aug 2006 14:28
Best kept secret kind of place. If you're a CAMRA-esqe pub traditionalist there is no finer pub in the area. Best pub in Greenwich.
mrfalafel - 14 Aug 2006 20:03
Cracking little friendly & cosy, 17th Century boozer with a small front bar serving 4 real ales - Adnams plus a couple of guests (Batemans XXXB & Gales HSB when we visited). It got a bit tight in there on a Saturday afternoon, expect to have to step over & squeeze by people with your pints in hand. There is a seperate dining area at the back with a rear suntrap of a courtyard with patio tables & benches & a shack full of toys for the kiddies.

Didn't try the food but the 4 lads on the table next to us were served some monu-mental burgers. I was certainly tempted.

You would need to map out your way beforehand as it's fairly tucked away & you're unlikely to just stumble upon it while wandering around Greenwich. This is fortunate as it helps to keep the numbers down. Best directions I could give: just outside the Park Row gate of Greewich Park - the exit near the children's boating pond... But don't all rush there at once.
young_camra_collectiv - 30 Apr 2006 13:13
Was in recently of a chilly night and teh welcme was amazing.
Fire going decent pints good atmosphere lovely little pub.
Jesper - 30 Mar 2006 17:33
Pleasant pub can be a bit too much like a creche at times
greenwich_paul - 21 Jan 2006 10:13
Recently visited the park and museums so after spliting up this was the obvious place to reassemble. Good ales and friendly staff. It is dog friendly as well so you just have to be careful you don't kick over a water bowl an dampen the goods you've just bought in the market.
lout_from_the_lane - 12 Jan 2006 13:30
A great little pub. Friendly staff, good beer and really nice food. The kebabs are well recommended.
DJ.Alexander - 18 Aug 2005 17:01
Of the many, many pubs I visited during my trip, this one stands out as one of, if not the best. Super friendly staff, Adnams beer was in fabulous shape and food was very good. Really had the 'local' experience and the pub is beautifully appointed. Very highly recommended on your next trip to Greenwich.
ale_brewer - 14 Aug 2005 15:16
Not far away from having everything: great beer,locals are friendly , barstaff pleasant & helpful, excellent food,pretty garden at rear.Also handy for Maze Hill station. In short all a good local should be.I wish I lived closer.Well done to all involved. Recommended
mally - 23 Jul 2005 13:17
Nice neighborhood pub tucked around the corner from the National Maritime Museum. Despite its relative proximity to the tourist hoards it was a genuine locals. Will have to stay for dinner next time.
anonymous - 27 Mar 2005 23:24
This pub has ambience with a capital 'A'. Warm and inviting. Great selection of real ales and lagers. Service first class. Friendly and busy with excellent cuisine and reasonably priced. It has a walled beer garden with a kids playhouse at the rear. This pub has everything and the locals are friendly. Will definitely return just for the taramasalata and mixed grill.
Champers - 10 Jan 2005 11:29
A beautiful pub - if you come from outside England and you want to experience a "pub" - come here as you will feel the atmosphere, the beer, the cosiness, the football, and the food's OK too. Child friendly by the way which is no bad thing given the nearby park.
georgebridges - 6 Jan 2005 00:54
The food in this pub is absolutly amazing especially the lebanese nights! The chef and his staff are top quality! The price of drinks are quite deer,but i would go back!
P_Hobbs - 3 Jan 2005 21:14
Went in last sunday and had a very nice lamb dinner. Staff seemed friendly and helpfull even though the place was very busy. would definately recommend this pub.
rainbow - 6 Dec 2004 21:58
Top pub even though the landlady supports Palace.
michael - 15 Oct 2004 12:17
Nipped in as part of a May Day pub crawl, quite nice. Tucked away from the tourists too.

I once spent an evening inthe beer garden after a free festival in Greenwich Park in 2002 but I can't remember a single tihng about it.
MrScott - 14 May 2004 11:08
The Plume is like a lovely little oasis of tranquility that i love to pieces, great food and drink, lovely staff and regulars with an amazing atmosphere.
Michael - 11 Apr 2004 19:05
This pub makes a lovely local (tee hee)
Ben - 21 Jan 2004 16:10
Really lovely pub, friendly staff, lovely dog, open fire in winter, nice little garden in summer. Really traditional and cosy.
Clarey - 25 Nov 2003 14:51
The best pub in greenwich without a doubt. Cosy atmosphere, excellent food and drink, lovely staff and the most fabulous landlady in the business!
James - 20 Oct 2003 12:26
Lovely pub. Cosy, good beer, nice food, no tossers.
Vince - 13 Oct 2003 17:18
Nice pub. Remember it whn I was only knee high. Good memories. Food is good here, nice staff.
Jim - 10 Oct 2003 12:19
Food good, drink good, atmosphere good, no tossers - well worth a visit. Best on a cold winters day.
Nelson - 3 Jun 2003 14:43
nice, cosy pub with slightly expensive drinks, the food is very expensive but worth it, the best pub food in Greenwich!
Jason - 2 May 2003 11:59
Some of us were born here Clare, thankfully ;-)

Nice pub - bit pokey, and gets very crowded, mind. Friendly staff and a lovely fire in winter. Quiz night on Wednesdays.
Darryl - 27 Apr 2003 23:38
This pub makes a nice local. I just wish I could afford it to be my local! :-)
Clare - 16 Feb 2003 22:05

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