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Gipsy Moth
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Address: 60 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1081) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest DLR stations Cutty Sark (0.1 miles), Greenwich (0.3 miles), Island Gardens (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations Greenwich (0.4 miles), Maze Hill (0.6 miles), Deptford (0.8 miles)

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Pub next to the Cutty Sark,good pint of Oakham citra £4.70
talesofthebar - 22 Jul 2018 14:15
Ok pub,not great,but not awful
tottenhamsean - 16 Mar 2018 15:59
I know it's a personal thing but I can't see the fascination for this pub ,indifferent staff ,sticky tables, sticky bar, music way too loud, trouble getting served, all in all we can't be arsed with it. On the good side it seems too be doing a roaring trade so any pub that's open is a good thing.Nice garden as well .As I said its a personal thing so don't put us down too badly,it's just not one of our favourites in Greenwich. That would be the plume of feathers,
gpca - 26 May 2015 18:32
After seeing the family off the wife and I wanted another couple of drinks before heading home, so we walked to the 'spoons. Upon arriving it looked like freshers week with loads of teenagers and early 20 somethings shouting and screaming inside so we quickly swerved that and went to the Gypsy Moth.

Again another pub in Greenwich I hadn't been to for 7 or so years, always used to be a good pub with a good range of ales.

Very busy inside and out but the first thing that struck me was the level of the music that was playing, it was far to f'ing LOUD....jesus no need to be that wasn't even good music!

However the beer choice didn't disappoint, again 5 ales faced me with another 2 also on offer according to the chalk board. I choose a pint of Woodforde's Flagondry, the wife had a bootle of Sol....I know this pub is the height of tourist action being right by the Cutty Sark but nearly £9.00 for 2 drinks of which one was a pint of ale...blimey that's worse that Central London. No compliant re my ale it was very good.

I couldn't stand the noise anymore so we headed to the garden.

Decent pub, good choice of ales, fantastic location but please turn the music down!
lezford - 22 Apr 2014 09:51
The last time that I went here I had my jacket stolen, but I foolishly thought I'd give it the benefit of the doubt and try it again.

Having spent the evening in the outside area, at 10:30 they mysteriously and without warning locked us out. When we walked around and came back in through the unlocked front entrance, meaning to use the toilet before we left, they refused to allow us to do so in a needlessly confrontational way....and I really do mean needlessly and I really do mean confrontational.

Paying customers, who had quietly paid somewhat inflated prices throughout the evening, being refused the toilets in such a rude way, is totally unnecessary and bizarre.

These people are clearly only interested in obtaining cash on the given evening...and lack the intelligence to understand the value of repeat custom. To allow us one or two minutes to use the toilets as we left would have cost them nothing. They could have warned us that the pub was shutting - and they could have turned us away less aggressively.

Don't give them your money. It's almost humiliating to hand over hard earned cash to people like this.

You'd be better off heading to the multitude of other pubs in the area: The Lord Hood, The Coach and Horses, The Admiral Hardy etc. Perfectly good beer, facilities and atmosphere....but without the sociopathic staff.
nano_shed - 22 Apr 2014 00:47

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