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Pepper Saint Ontiod
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Address: 21 Pepper Street, Crossharbour, London, E14 9RP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5066) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube station Canary Wharf (0.7 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Crossharbour and London Arena (0.2 miles), South Quay (0.3 miles), Mudchute (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Deptford (1.3 miles), Maze Hill (1.3 miles), Greenwich (1.4 miles)

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user reviews of Pepper Saint Ontiod, Isle of Dogs

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This Antic pub in the Docklands enjoys a nice location in the middle of the docks, with water pretty in close proximity. Many were enjoying the outdoor seating. I elected to stay indoors, where there were still a fair few. Strangely, there was a bouncer on the door. There's the usual mish-mash of furniture and 2 of the ales were from Volden - Session & Autumn. The guest was Adnams Ghost Ship. A visit upstairs to the toilets revealed another large room, with a further solitary drinker. Not, the best Antic pub I've been to. But, probably the best place for a pint in the area. My Autumn was fairly nice.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Sep 2019 13:49
A Friday night visit for a few beers after work, I got here at 6.30pm and it was already pretty busy….but to be honest this pub is always busy in the evenings. Service was quicker than normal, they had more staff on and one of the young lads was very much on it.

4 ales on which were Doombar, Volden, Hop Stuff’s Fusilier and Truman’s Firestarter. Hop Stuff’s Fusilier and Truman’s Firestarter were both drinkable.

Having reviewed the Pepper a few times over the years there isn’t really much else to say, nothing’s changed since my last visit in July, they still serve a good mix of ales and the furniture and décor is still odd.
lezford - 18 Oct 2016 16:48

A Thursday lunchtime visit for a couple of pints with a work colleague, it’s been several months since I’ve been here.

3 ales on cask with the only option for me being Tiny Rebel’s Cwtch which is a cracking beer and from one of my favourite breweries.

Fairly empty on this visit and therefore quite soulless. A decent pub and on this occasion cracking ale.

Surely it’s time someone else reviewed this pub!

lezford - 2 Jul 2016 23:34
I seem to be only person reviewing this pub! Does no-one else on here ever visit the Pepper ?

My most recent visit was a Friday night in late July with some work colleagues.

Busy downstairs so we bought our drinks and food a seat in the upstairs bar. The bar was closed on the upper level but there were plenty of seats and the balcony was open for smokers.

3 ales on tap but I only drank ELB Cowcatcher @ 4.8% all night. A cracking pint that was very well kept and extremely drinkable.

Always busy here but for some reason getting a drink during this visit was a breeze, normally it’s a bit of a ’mare.

Decent pub with good ale but The George is my pub of choice in E14.
lezford - 17 Aug 2015 16:50
Came here the other Friday for a work colleagues leaving do that just happened to coincide with Halloween, all of the bar staff were dressed up to reflect Halloween except one bar man who was dressed as Alan from the Hangover films complete with baby Carlos!

At 5pm the pub was already pretty busy, it was also pay day aswell so the combination of this, Halloween and a Friday was the reason.

Easy enough to get a drink though as the bar staff are very efficient and serve in order without getting confused and just shouting next.

3 ales on with my choice being ELB's Cowcatcher @ 4.8% I had numerous pints and each one was as good as the last.

I left around 8pm and it was still packed.
lezford - 19 Nov 2014 14:56

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