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The Grapes

76 Narrow Street, Limehouse, LONDON, E14 8BP

In Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens immortalised this old Thames-side pub as the Six Jolly Fellowship Porters. While he might recognise the wood-panelled, Victorian long bar and The Dickens Snug, where as a child he reputedly danced on a table, much of surrounding Limehouse has changed beyond recognition. So too has the Isle of Dogs, as looking east from the small terrace over the river at the back to the skyscrapers of Canary Wharf proves. Cask-conditioned ales in the bar include Adnams, Marston's Pedigree, Timothy Taylor Landlord and guests, while in the tiny upstairs dining room the fresh seafood includes pan-seared scallops, chorizo and smoked chilli; grilled or crispy battered haddock fillet; and whole roasted sea bass. If you'd prefer steak and chips, or shepherd's pie, they're on the menu too. Salads, sandwiches and bar meals are always available, and there are traditional roasts on Sundays.

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Tel: 020 7987 4396
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Principal beers

Marston's Pedigree, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Adnams, Guest ales

Open

All day all week
12-11 (Mon-Wed 12-3 5.30-11)

Closed

25-26 Dec, 1 Jan

Facilities

Dog friendly.
No coach parties catered.

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