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The GMT

A cocktail for Greenwich



Visit England has inspired Greenwich to invent a new cocktail to celebrate English Tourism Week and it's delicious. It includes Cutty Sark whisky and you can try it out at the Mercure London Greenwich hotel. Have a look!

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Rivington Grill

Great cooking with seasonal flavours

Rivington Grill Greenwich is the best of modern British serving seasonal cooking with ingredients sourced from the UK and Ireland. Rivington is in the heart of Greenwich and open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You should definitely try it.

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The Guildford Arms

Delicious Modern British food

A handsome but cosy Georgian pub just off the visitor trail serving delicious modern British food.The classic interior and fabulous sunken garden are perfect for lunch or dinner any day of the week. Definitely worth a detour!

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You can find food from all over the world in Greenwich. There's a wide selection of delicious cuisines, in all sorts of interesting settings and at a range of affordable prices.

Try a historic whitebait supper in a pub by the banks of the river Thames or a pie and mash dinner in the heart of Greenwich Market. The market is also home to a fantastic choice of street food, so snack on delicious rice and noodles or home baked brownies and gorgeous grills.

Try afternoon teas in the Fan Museum Orangery, seasonal British cooking in Rivington Grill or modern European food at the excellent inside. Fish and chips in a cheerful pub like Greenwich Tavern always goes down well after a windy walk and so does a pint and a pie at gastropub The Guildford Arms.

There are dozens of restaurants and bars in The O2, on Greenwich Peninsula, so get there early and grab a drink and some food before the show. Or stay overnight in Greenwich and try a fine dining establishment.

Get to know cafés in unusual places - at Charlton House, in the Emirates Aviation Experience, the Brasserie at the National Maritime Museum and even underneath Cutty Sark, the world's most famous clipper ship!

Take a walk around Greenwich and you'll pass dozens of eating opportunities in just a few minutes, so bite the bullet and make your choice - whether it's steaks or sandwiches, you won't be disappointed.