Named after the famous ship that set sail from Rotherhithe in 1620 with the Pilgrim Fathers on board, this historic Thameside pub is packed with reminders of life in the 16th century. Original fireplaces and timber floors add to the timeless character of this pub, which boasts wonderful river views from the upstairs restaurant and the jetty outside. Over a pint of Scurvy Ale, one of several beers on tap, order from the extensive menu. Typical dishes include seasonal sausages and mash with black pudding and onion gravy; and butternut squash with lightly spiced puy lentils and a red pepper coulis. Look to the specials board for the pie of the day.