One of the oldest pubs in London
Whether you’re after a quick lunch, a romantic dinner by the river or just a friendly greeting in your local pub, they would love to welcome you to The Grapes in Limehouse.
Overlooking the Thames, in a peaceful neighbourhood not that far from the bustle of Canary Wharf, The Grapes is one of the oldest pubs in London. Charles Dickens was a patron, and even made reference to the pub in his novel 'Our Mutual Friend'. Leaseholder Ian McKellen has written a brief history, here, should you wish to find out more.
Whilst their history goes back over 500 years, the menus are a little more up-to-date! If you're looking for something quick and tasty like a pie and a pint, you’ll find tempting pub grub downstairs in the bar, or on the heated riverside deck. Upstairs in the intimate dining room you'll discover sumptuous white-linen service for dinner.