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The Ship
Today 11:00 am – 12:00 am
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41 Jews Row London SW18 1TB United Kingdom
41 Jews RowGBLondonSW18 1TB
+44 20 8870
Gastropub, PubToday 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
One of South West London's best known riverside pubs with great beer and wine, excellent fresh cooked to order food in the restaurant and friendly staff in a relaxed atmosphere.
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1786 gastropub with a wood-burning stove, riverside terrace and outdoor barbecue kitchen.- Google
People talk about scotch eggs, foie gras, sauvignon blanc, surf and turf and sticky toffee pudding
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Matt Ridout
reviewed 4 months ago
The Ship is a must visit location for anyone in South West London. Located right on the Thames during the summer it's a great place to visit; lots of outside seating, sports screens, music, outside BBQ and lots of atmosphere. The price is very expensive for both food and drink and you'll usually have to wait a while to get served however the advantages more than make up for it - gets very busy so get there early!
Matt last
reviewed a year ago
When visiting this establishment for the first time, you would not expect much from the exterior of the building. When you get inside however you are transported into a lovely restaurant area with a modern but 'traditional' feel. Food was excellent as was the service. Facilities were above average and there was even a good choice of real ales
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Elia Whiteman
reviewed 8 months ago
This place serves the best burger in town. And the chips are really crispy and flavourful. Excellent and good food choices. And a variety of different condiments to choose from. Really love the atmosphere, very nice and calming.
Carmel Doyle
reviewed 8 months ago
Good fun place to hang out during the day at the weekend, particularly for a Sunday session! Recently had a refurb and great food! Big outdoor area but still gets very crowded so often hard to make your way to the bar...
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Richard Tillman
reviewed 8 months ago
A lovely place to visit with a range of real ales and home made foods, unlinke many other pubs I have visited, a choice of out door and indoor seating was avilible (weather permitting) and they had amples of sapce for larger parties (I visited with direct and wider family 12 of us in total), service was good and at a good pace, if you looking for a good place at a reasonable price then would reccomend this
Fiona Ellis
reviewed 10 months ago
This one definitely lives up to its description of "gastropub." They must have gotten a new chef or revised their menu in recent months because the food has stepped up a notch and is now outstanding - with presentation and the rest. You would probably pay 1.5 times the price for similar quality cuisine in downtown London. The atmosphere is shabby-chique with a glass surrounded room letting in the little light we have in the UK, and a hearty wood fire in the middle of the room. There is also a separate dining area for those who prefer the more classy feel.
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