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Local places to visit, enjoy the history of Greenwich. Famed for giving its name to Greenwich Mean Time, Greenwich is where hemispheres meet and is home to a World Heritage Site, The O2 entertainment venue, London’s only cable car and London’s oldest Royal Park. Find Greenwich restaurants, royal heritage, world-class attractions and breathtaking views, all in a beautiful riverside setting. It’s quick and easy to get there from from the flat, 15-20 minute walk or a 5 bus journey outside the flat
Stand with a foot in each hemisphere and explore how scientists first mapped the seas and the stars at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. This Greenwich observatory is home to the Prime Meridian Line, the UK’s largest refracting telescope, a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid and the only London planetarium.
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Stand with a foot in each hemisphere and explore how scientists first mapped the seas and the stars at the Royal Observatory Greenwich. This Greenwich observatory is home to the Prime Meridian Line, the UK’s largest refracting telescope, a 4.5 billion year-old asteroid and the only London planetarium.
Climb aboard Cutty Sark in Greenwich, the world's last surviving tea clipper, which was built at the end of the golden age of sail. Discover what life was like aboard the 19th-century ship, find out how she brought tea from China, and walk beneath the hull that made her one of the fastest ships of her time.
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Cutty Sark
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Climb aboard Cutty Sark in Greenwich, the world's last surviving tea clipper, which was built at the end of the golden age of sail. Discover what life was like aboard the 19th-century ship, find out how she brought tea from China, and walk beneath the hull that made her one of the fastest ships of her time.
Free entry - Learn about Britain's encounters with the world at sea and the Royal Navy at the National Maritime Museum. This Greenwich museum also charts the life of great British hero Admiral Horatio Nelson, and you can even see the uniform he wore when he was fatally wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar.
National Maritime Museum Gardens
66-68 King William Walk
Free entry - Learn about Britain's encounters with the world at sea and the Royal Navy at the National Maritime Museum. This Greenwich museum also charts the life of great British hero Admiral Horatio Nelson, and you can even see the uniform he wore when he was fatally wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Free entry - For a regal day out, head to the Queen's House in Greenwich for more than 400 years of stunning art, architecture and royal history. Part of Royal Museums Greenwich, this royal villa was designed by Inigo Jones in 1616 as a "house of delight" for James I's wife, Anne of Denmark.
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Queen's House
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Free entry - For a regal day out, head to the Queen's House in Greenwich for more than 400 years of stunning art, architecture and royal history. Part of Royal Museums Greenwich, this royal villa was designed by Inigo Jones in 1616 as a "house of delight" for James I's wife, Anne of Denmark.
Stop off in London’s oldest Royal Park, Greenwich Park, for breathtaking views over the river Thames and the City of London. The former hunting park is still home to a small herd of deer, as well as the Prime Meridian Line, Royal Observatory, and several cafes.
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Stop off in London’s oldest Royal Park, Greenwich Park, for breathtaking views over the river Thames and the City of London. The former hunting park is still home to a small herd of deer, as well as the Prime Meridian Line, Royal Observatory, and several cafes.
Find some quirky and unique gifts in Greenwich Market. Open seven days a week, this hidden gem is great for browsing crafts, design, antiques and collectables. Don’t forget to explore the Pavilion food court with street food from around the world and keep an eye out for seasonal events.
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Greenwich Market
5B Greenwich Market
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Find some quirky and unique gifts in Greenwich Market. Open seven days a week, this hidden gem is great for browsing crafts, design, antiques and collectables. Don’t forget to explore the Pavilion food court with street food from around the world and keep an eye out for seasonal events.
Explore the Old Royal Naval College, an architectural masterpiece designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Study the lavish altar and elegant plaster works in the neoclassical chapel and make sure to walk the impressive grounds, which have featured in many recent movies.
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Old Royal Naval College
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Explore the Old Royal Naval College, an architectural masterpiece designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Study the lavish altar and elegant plaster works in the neoclassical chapel and make sure to walk the impressive grounds, which have featured in many recent movies.
Take in the sights while travelling to Greenwich with MBNA Thames Clippers’ high-speed catamarans. Jump on board in central London for great views of landmarks including the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge, before disembarking at Greenwich pier or North Greenwich. Services run every 20 minutes throughout the day; touch in and out with your Oyster card.
MBNA Thames Clippers
Take in the sights while travelling to Greenwich with MBNA Thames Clippers’ high-speed catamarans. Jump on board in central London for great views of landmarks including the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge, before disembarking at Greenwich pier or North Greenwich. Services run every 20 minutes throughout the day; touch in and out with your Oyster card.
Enjoy 360-degree views of London on the Emirates Air Line cable car. Soar across the Thames from Greenwich Peninsula to Royal Docks and see St Paul’s Cathedral, historic Greenwich, The Shard, The O2, the Thames Barrier, Royal Docks and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from heights of 90m (295ft). Board this Greenwich cable car after 7pm for longer journey times, music and video.
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Emirates Greenwich Peninsula
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Enjoy 360-degree views of London on the Emirates Air Line cable car. Soar across the Thames from Greenwich Peninsula to Royal Docks and see St Paul’s Cathedral, historic Greenwich, The Shard, The O2, the Thames Barrier, Royal Docks and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from heights of 90m (295ft). Board this Greenwich cable car after 7pm for longer journey times, music and video.
Visit the only museum in the UK devoted to the history of fans and the art of fan making. Nestled in the heart of historic Greenwich, The Fan Museum is home to a diverse collection of fans from around the world, dating from the 12th century to the present day. The collections are displayed in changing exhibitions exploring the different themes which have inspired fan makers throughout history: politics, fashion, fine art and architecture to name but a few. The buildings that house The Fan Museum are themselves of great interest and beauty. A pair of Grade II listed townhouses, constructed in 1721, have been lovingly and authentically restored to retain their original character and elegance. The later addition on an Orangery, faithful to the architecture of the period, overlooks a secret garden in the Japanese style. The Museum has cultivated a special atmosphere, perhaps redolent of times past, in which visitors are treated like members of an extended family.
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The Fan Museum
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Visit the only museum in the UK devoted to the history of fans and the art of fan making. Nestled in the heart of historic Greenwich, The Fan Museum is home to a diverse collection of fans from around the world, dating from the 12th century to the present day. The collections are displayed in changing exhibitions exploring the different themes which have inspired fan makers throughout history: politics, fashion, fine art and architecture to name but a few. The buildings that house The Fan Museum are themselves of great interest and beauty. A pair of Grade II listed townhouses, constructed in 1721, have been lovingly and authentically restored to retain their original character and elegance. The later addition on an Orangery, faithful to the architecture of the period, overlooks a secret garden in the Japanese style. The Museum has cultivated a special atmosphere, perhaps redolent of times past, in which visitors are treated like members of an extended family.
Meantime Brewery beer was born in Greenwich and is now taking over the world! Find out where the magic happens on this amazing tour of the brewery in Greenwich, followed by a tutored tasting of a selection of beers. Tours operate seven days a week and it takes you round the casks and corners of the this well respected Brewery. You’ll finish the tour with a tasting of a selection of Meantime beer to buff up your beer brain.
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Meantime Brewing Company
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Meantime Brewery beer was born in Greenwich and is now taking over the world! Find out where the magic happens on this amazing tour of the brewery in Greenwich, followed by a tutored tasting of a selection of beers. Tours operate seven days a week and it takes you round the casks and corners of the this well respected Brewery. You’ll finish the tour with a tasting of a selection of Meantime beer to buff up your beer brain.
Climb Over The O2 - Prepare yourself for an unforgettable 90 minute experience which will take you on an uplifting expedition across the roof of the world’s most popular entertainment venue and enjoy spectacular 360 degree view of London from the viewing platform. There’s no lift, no escalator, and no-one to carry you. This is an experience that gets your blood pumping and your head in the great outdoors. It’s called Urban Mountaineering. And at Up at The O2, it’s what they do best. As one of the intrepid explorer, you’ll ascend all the way to the top of The O2 via a walkway, suspended 52m above ground level. Kitted out with your climb suit, boots and harness you’ll be every inch an urban mountaineer.
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Climb Over The O2 - Prepare yourself for an unforgettable 90 minute experience which will take you on an uplifting expedition across the roof of the world’s most popular entertainment venue and enjoy spectacular 360 degree view of London from the viewing platform. There’s no lift, no escalator, and no-one to carry you. This is an experience that gets your blood pumping and your head in the great outdoors. It’s called Urban Mountaineering. And at Up at The O2, it’s what they do best. As one of the intrepid explorer, you’ll ascend all the way to the top of The O2 via a walkway, suspended 52m above ground level. Kitted out with your climb suit, boots and harness you’ll be every inch an urban mountaineer.
anger’s House is an elegant red brick building backing on to the Rose Garden in Greenwich Park. Visit the House to see the Werhner collection, over 700 fabulous works of art including early religious paintings and Dutch Old Masters, tiny carved Gothic ivories, fine Renaissance bronzes and silver treasures. Walk up through Greenwich Park heading to the right of the Royal Observatory when you get to the top of the hill and you’ll catch a glimpse of the House across the cricket field. You couldn’t wish for a much more perfect afternoon out than a gentle stroll through the Park and a chance to see some of the world’s most attractive artworks in the glorious panelled rooms of this beautiful Georgian building.
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Ranger's House - The Wernher Collection
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anger’s House is an elegant red brick building backing on to the Rose Garden in Greenwich Park. Visit the House to see the Werhner collection, over 700 fabulous works of art including early religious paintings and Dutch Old Masters, tiny carved Gothic ivories, fine Renaissance bronzes and silver treasures. Walk up through Greenwich Park heading to the right of the Royal Observatory when you get to the top of the hill and you’ll catch a glimpse of the House across the cricket field. You couldn’t wish for a much more perfect afternoon out than a gentle stroll through the Park and a chance to see some of the world’s most attractive artworks in the glorious panelled rooms of this beautiful Georgian building.
The Thames Barrier spans 520 metres across the river Thames near Woolwich, and it protects 125 square kilometres of central London from flooding caused by tidal surges. It has 10 steel gates that can be raised into position across the river Thames. When raised, the main gates stand as high as a 5-storey building and as wide as the opening of Tower Bridge. Each main gate weighs 3,300 tonnes. The barrier is closed under storm surge conditions to protect London from flooding from the sea. It may also be closed during periods of high flow over Teddington Weir to reduce the risk of river flooding in some areas of west London including Richmond and Twickenham. The Thames Barrier will then remain closed over high water until the water level downstream of the Thames Barrier has reduced to the same level as upstream. This is a managed process to provide for different circumstances, and takes about 5 hours. The Thames Barrier is then opened, allowing the water upstream to flow out to sea with the outward-bound tide. The Environment Agency runs and maintains the Thames Barrier as well as London’s other flood defences.
Thames Barrier Information Centre
1 Unity Way
The Thames Barrier spans 520 metres across the river Thames near Woolwich, and it protects 125 square kilometres of central London from flooding caused by tidal surges. It has 10 steel gates that can be raised into position across the river Thames. When raised, the main gates stand as high as a 5-storey building and as wide as the opening of Tower Bridge. Each main gate weighs 3,300 tonnes. The barrier is closed under storm surge conditions to protect London from flooding from the sea. It may also be closed during periods of high flow over Teddington Weir to reduce the risk of river flooding in some areas of west London including Richmond and Twickenham. The Thames Barrier will then remain closed over high water until the water level downstream of the Thames Barrier has reduced to the same level as upstream. This is a managed process to provide for different circumstances, and takes about 5 hours. The Thames Barrier is then opened, allowing the water upstream to flow out to sea with the outward-bound tide. The Environment Agency runs and maintains the Thames Barrier as well as London’s other flood defences.
See a Show at Greenwich Theatre
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Greenwich Theatre
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See a Show at Greenwich Theatre
Places to eat
A lovely Italian restaurant which I would recommend in the heart of Greenwich, the restaurant is a short walk from the flat or you can take the 386 bus from outside.
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Bianco43 Greenwich
43 Greenwich Church St
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A lovely Italian restaurant which I would recommend in the heart of Greenwich, the restaurant is a short walk from the flat or you can take the 386 bus from outside.
Some of the places I love to locally and would recommend.
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The Hill
89 Royal Hill
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Some of the places I love to locally and would recommend.
If you like a nice wine and food, why not dine and Davy's. It’s a very nice place to dine, a please I would go when I’m treating myself.
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Davy's Wine Vaults - Greenwich
161 Greenwich High Rd
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If you like a nice wine and food, why not dine and Davy's. It’s a very nice place to dine, a please I would go when I’m treating myself.
Turkish meze & barbecue platters are offered inside this warm, simple restaurant. The restaurant is very local if you don’t want to travel too far. Its less then 5 minute walk at the end of the road.
Taksim Restaurant
7 Blackheath Hill
Turkish meze & barbecue platters are offered inside this warm, simple restaurant. The restaurant is very local if you don’t want to travel too far. Its less then 5 minute walk at the end of the road.
You must try The Rosemary Hungarian restaurant, I have taken so many of my friends who have all loved the food. It is a 20 minute walk or you could get the 53 bus from outside the flat, would take you no more than 10 minute. One I would highly recommend.
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The Rosemary Organic Hungarian Restaurant
178 New Cross Rd
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You must try The Rosemary Hungarian restaurant, I have taken so many of my friends who have all loved the food. It is a 20 minute walk or you could get the 53 bus from outside the flat, would take you no more than 10 minute. One I would highly recommend.
Fancy some Turkish food, try Sefa, its one of my favourite. Its about a 10 minute bus ride, you can get the 180 bus from end of the road or an Uber. Its best to book in advance as they do get really busy.
Sefa Restaurant
129-131 Trafalgar Rd
Fancy some Turkish food, try Sefa, its one of my favourite. Its about a 10 minute bus ride, you can get the 180 bus from end of the road or an Uber. Its best to book in advance as they do get really busy.
One of my favourite Mediterranean restaurant with a patio garden. A warm, friendly restaurant & bar with a light atmosphere serving a wonderfully varied Mediterranean menu with a distinctly Latin American twist!
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The Hill
89 Royal Hill
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One of my favourite Mediterranean restaurant with a patio garden. A warm, friendly restaurant & bar with a light atmosphere serving a wonderfully varied Mediterranean menu with a distinctly Latin American twist!
You’ll enjoy home-made Hungarian food in a cosy atmosphere while Mihaly Herczeg, the owner and his friendly team serves you with heart and soul. Try and book in advance as they do get really busy. Phone number: 020 7998 6922
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The Rosemary Organic Hungarian Restaurant
178 New Cross Rd
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You’ll enjoy home-made Hungarian food in a cosy atmosphere while Mihaly Herczeg, the owner and his friendly team serves you with heart and soul. Try and book in advance as they do get really busy. Phone number: 020 7998 6922
Warm, relaxed eatery offering charcoal-grilled Turkish cuisine such as kebabs plus wine. Please make a booking if you are going on a Friday or Saturday, they do get busy. Phone number: 020 8269 0233
Sefa Restaurant
129-131 Trafalgar Rd
Warm, relaxed eatery offering charcoal-grilled Turkish cuisine such as kebabs plus wine. Please make a booking if you are going on a Friday or Saturday, they do get busy. Phone number: 020 8269 0233
If you want to go some where very close to eat, try Taksim Meze BBQ Grill which is located at the end of the road less the 3 minute walk offering Turkish meze & barbecue platters are offered inside this warm, simple restaurant.
Taksim Restaurant
7 Blackheath Hill
If you want to go some where very close to eat, try Taksim Meze BBQ Grill which is located at the end of the road less the 3 minute walk offering Turkish meze & barbecue platters are offered inside this warm, simple restaurant.
One of the restaurant I love to go to when I'm treating myself is Davy's. Relaxed, wood-panelled wine bar offering over 100 varieties and a smart, British, seasonal menu.
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Davy's Wine Vaults - Greenwich
161 Greenwich High Rd
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One of the restaurant I love to go to when I'm treating myself is Davy's. Relaxed, wood-panelled wine bar offering over 100 varieties and a smart, British, seasonal menu.
Fancy something spicy? Why not try Mogul? Mogul Indian Restaurant was established over twenty years ago, in a four-storey Grade II-listed building that dates back to the 17th century. Located in the heart of Greenwich, Mogul Indian Restaurant is spread over three floors, and each floor has its own unique ambience. In the basement of this stunning building you will find a relaxed cellar which plays host to Mogul’s restaurant space. With long tables, cosy alcoves and inviting lighting, this space is particularly popular with groups of up to ten guests due to its intimate atmosphere. So whether it’s for a quiet catch-up with friends and family, or a more jovial affair, booking one of the alcoves is a great choice. Moving upstairs, the ground floor comes complete with its own bar and street-views which are perfect for people-watching, and gazing out watching the world goes by. Finally, on the first floor, you will find Mogul’s stylish private dining room that’s perfect for any events or special occasions that you may have on the horizon.
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Mogul
10 Greenwich Church St
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Fancy something spicy? Why not try Mogul? Mogul Indian Restaurant was established over twenty years ago, in a four-storey Grade II-listed building that dates back to the 17th century. Located in the heart of Greenwich, Mogul Indian Restaurant is spread over three floors, and each floor has its own unique ambience. In the basement of this stunning building you will find a relaxed cellar which plays host to Mogul’s restaurant space. With long tables, cosy alcoves and inviting lighting, this space is particularly popular with groups of up to ten guests due to its intimate atmosphere. So whether it’s for a quiet catch-up with friends and family, or a more jovial affair, booking one of the alcoves is a great choice. Moving upstairs, the ground floor comes complete with its own bar and street-views which are perfect for people-watching, and gazing out watching the world goes by. Finally, on the first floor, you will find Mogul’s stylish private dining room that’s perfect for any events or special occasions that you may have on the horizon.
They are a small team of entrepreneurs with a deep passion about Vietnamese food. There mission is to cater for both vegan and meat-eater locals in London. The menu introduces various taste and dishes of Vietnam, highlighted with hand-rolled Spring rolls and Summer rolls to the home-grown Vietnamese noodles. They use the most freshest and most organic ingredients in all of our foods. One you must try.
Queen du Vietnam
155-157 Trafalgar Rd
They are a small team of entrepreneurs with a deep passion about Vietnamese food. There mission is to cater for both vegan and meat-eater locals in London. The menu introduces various taste and dishes of Vietnam, highlighted with hand-rolled Spring rolls and Summer rolls to the home-grown Vietnamese noodles. They use the most freshest and most organic ingredients in all of our foods. One you must try.
Traditional pie and mash in Greenwich. Goddards at Greenwich serves London's most traditional meal of pie mash and liquor. This meal can be traced back through the 1800's and is an important part of London's food history. We are open everyday serving handmade pies which are baked throughout the day.
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Goddards at Greenwich
22 King William Walk
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Traditional pie and mash in Greenwich. Goddards at Greenwich serves London's most traditional meal of pie mash and liquor. This meal can be traced back through the 1800's and is an important part of London's food history. We are open everyday serving handmade pies which are baked throughout the day.
Breakfast
Breakfast or brunch places for you to try.
This popular café is a find of such individual charm and character that it more than merits the stroll up Royal Hill. As soon as you enter you are enfolded by the warm and cosy atmosphere and the intoxicating aroma of freshly ground coffee. The environment is intimate and friendly, with the venue divided into two rooms. Food is all homemade and freshly prepared. Everything is vegetarian, ranging from super soups to amazing American style breakfasts. Homemade cakes are to die for!
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Royal Teas
76 Royal Hill
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This popular café is a find of such individual charm and character that it more than merits the stroll up Royal Hill. As soon as you enter you are enfolded by the warm and cosy atmosphere and the intoxicating aroma of freshly ground coffee. The environment is intimate and friendly, with the venue divided into two rooms. Food is all homemade and freshly prepared. Everything is vegetarian, ranging from super soups to amazing American style breakfasts. Homemade cakes are to die for!
Heaps is the place you go if you want to enjoy the finest sausages in the country. Owned and run by expert Chef Martin Heap, the inspired creator of the Simply Sausages range, you can sample his scrumptious fare in the Heaps Cafe.
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Heap's Sausage Café
8 Nevada St
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Heaps is the place you go if you want to enjoy the finest sausages in the country. Owned and run by expert Chef Martin Heap, the inspired creator of the Simply Sausages range, you can sample his scrumptious fare in the Heaps Cafe.
Just round the corner from the Cutty Sark and Greenwich Park, Bill’s is positioned on the corner of the bustling Nelson Road and Greenwich Church Street. Inhabiting a locally listed Art Deco building, the newly refurbished restaurant features plenty of cosy candlelit corners, pops of vibrant colour and a nod or two to Greenwich's history. Perfect for breakfast, dinner and everything in between.
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Bill's Greenwich Restaurant
13 Nelson Rd
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Just round the corner from the Cutty Sark and Greenwich Park, Bill’s is positioned on the corner of the bustling Nelson Road and Greenwich Church Street. Inhabiting a locally listed Art Deco building, the newly refurbished restaurant features plenty of cosy candlelit corners, pops of vibrant colour and a nod or two to Greenwich's history. Perfect for breakfast, dinner and everything in between.
The Green Cafe in Greenwich, London. We serve delicious foods and drinks, using only the very best ingredients with love and care!
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The Green Cafe
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The Green Cafe in Greenwich, London. We serve delicious foods and drinks, using only the very best ingredients with love and care!