131 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, LONDON, SE10 8JA
Dating from 1849, the name originated with the Victorian obsession for polar exploration, and North Pole Road adjoins the pub. It's a stylish, contemporary venue, offering a complete night out under one roof, with a bar, restaurant and basement club. Outside in the beer garden (which is also home to a shisha pipe lounge) is seating for well over 100 people. Refreshments range from international beers such as Staropramen to cocktails, while the all-day bar menu features tapas, platters, sandwiches, grills and salads. The Piano restaurant attracts both visitors and loyal locals with its seasonally changing, modern European à la carte and brasserie menus: Thai-style haddock and crayfish cake, lime curry mayo; roast duck breast, braised red cabbage, roast parsnip and port reduction; pumpkin, mascarpone, mushroom risotto; and seared tuna, sweet chilli pea lentils, horseradish purée and herb oil. Desserts range from date pudding and butterscotch sauce to Bramley apple pie.
Tel: 020 8853 3020
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Fuller's London Pride, Meantime
All day all week
Coach parties catered.