The Gipsy Moth in Greenwich

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Address: 60 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BL (View map)

Website: http://www.thegipsymothgreenwich.co.uk

Phone: 020 8858 0786

Unwind at the end of the week with one of our legendary Sunday roasts – which are just as good, if not better than, mum’s – and fill up on fluffy Yorkshires, tender meats, real roasties and proper gravy. Or stretch out on the sofas with the papers and a perfectly mixed Bloody Mary. If the mood takes you, we even have a stash of boardgames – best served with a bottle of red and a few friends.

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Unwind at the end of the week with one of our legendary Sunday roasts – which are just as good, if not better than, mum’s – and fill up on fluffy Yorkshires, tender meats, real roasties and proper gravy. Or stretch out on the sofas with the papers and a perfectly mixed Bloody Mary. If the mood takes you, we even have a stash of boardgames – best served with a bottle of red and a few friends.

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  • They do Hendricks properly here!

    By:Charlie Eastabrook

    Posted on 03 Nov 2012

  • Fantastic beer range, really nice food too. Summertime'll be great when the sun warms the garden up a bit :-)

    By:Andrew Lock

    Posted on 10 Mar 2010

  • Be careful because this place attracts tourists. But when the time is right, this is a great pub. Expensive overall but superb beer garden makes it all better.

    By:Alex Brooks

    Posted on 02 Jan 2015

  • Good location, food was average pub fare and a small menu. Not too busy on a Friday night.

    By:Jessi @2feet1world

    Posted on 01 Nov 2014

  • Good beers. If you like a dark ale with rich liquorice flavours, try Dark Island from the Orkneys.

    By:Steve Taylore-Knowles

    Posted on 10 Jan 2014

  • Posh food at reasonable prices. Has a heated beer garden, but caveat: it shuts at half 9, though you can move to the front garden after this time.

    By:Keleigh Wolf

    Posted on 06 Jan 2014

  • Really beautiful garden don't sit inside! And also a lot of kind of beer!

    By:Merve Isler

    Posted on 02 Sep 2013

  • Nice place, friendly staff

    By:Sunny Singh

    Posted on 13 Jul 2013

  • Nice place, bloody expensive though!

    By:Dom C.W.

    Posted on 29 Sep 2012

  • Best pub in Greenwich

    By:Chris Springham

    Posted on 17 Dec 2011

  • It's not exactly a hidden gem per se, but it's a great pub to grab a drink in after a day in Greenwich.

    By:Matthew Rathbone

    Posted on 03 Nov 2011

  • Surprisingly spacious and comfortable with a huge sunny beer garden. Delicious food but not much choice for vegetarians and a good selection of beers including Fruli.

    By:Suzi

    Posted on 04 Oct 2011

  • Shockingly bad service and dirty. Avoid if possible.

    By:Richard N

    Posted on 19 May 2011

  • Poor service, half of menu not available - avoid this place!

    By:steffen ehrhardt

    Posted on 23 Jul 2010

  • So much bigger than it looks from the outside, loads of beers to choose from and a great beer garden.

    By:Scott McKenna

    Posted on 20 Jun 2010

  • The Gypsy Moth has an awesome garden right in the middle of Greenwich town center. Lot's of fruity beers as well as pretty good nosh. Packed on a sunny day, and not filled with tourists.

    By:Mark Drew

    Posted on 14 Jun 2010

  • Dosn't do fosters. 1 bottle of becks and crisps cost over 4 quid. Crap pub - don't go here

    By:Robert Metcalf

    Posted on 23 Jan 2010

  • Probably the best all-seasons pub in London. Lovely open garden and conservatory in summer. Really snug and cozy in the winter.

    By:Ed Woodcock

    Posted on 26 Mar 2017

  • terrible service and food. got good poisoned from fish&chips which was contaminated with shellfish!

    By:irem a.

    Posted on 25 Feb 2017

  • It is nice

    By:Mathilda Larsson

    Posted on 08 Dec 2016

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One review on “The Gipsy Moth in Greenwich

  1. We chose this Pub due to its location, very close to our offices, great for an office outing. The whole booking experience was quite straight forward. We booked 3 tables for a group of 11 people. The evening started quite early- 5.30pm on Friday evening, The pub at that time was not too busy, easy to set up an unlimited tab as well as get the ball rolling with drinks and food. The quality of drinks was ok, the food was not bad either. We got a bit disappointed when one of the starters run out very early into the evening. The drinks were flowing, we were getting a bit marry, when one of the Bar Attendants came up to us and asked us to quiet it down, as one person next to us complained about our party, by that time our tab reached close to £500.00. We have been to many places, this was the first experience when our outing was ruined. I would have understood if we were rude, swore non-stop or went looking for a fight. We only were having a lough and a conversation. At the end of the day it is a pub, that serves drinks, people do get merry there we were a group of 11 at the end of the day. I immediately went to talk to the manager who profoundly apologised on behalf of the Bar Attender who was fairly new with the Company, but by then I did not wish to stay there any longer, the evening was ruined. I asked for all pending orders for our group to be cancelled as we wished to leave. We ended up spending only £380.00. We went to their competitors to carry on our evening, where we left close to £2K. I do not recommend this place to bigger groups, nor will I ever come back.

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