Town Of Ramsgate, E1W 2PN

Pub on the river in Wapping. The pub is quite old; its current name is from 1811 and a leaflet they have suggests there was a pub on this location in the 1460s.

It's quite nice inside, with little privacy screens along the wall opposite the bar. They have a projector on the ceiling, presumably for showing sport or something. It's possible to book tables. Pub quiz is Monday from 8:30pm, though it gets very busy when the quiz is on so get there early. There is a beer garden which looks over the Thames.

The Adnam's Explorer at £2.85 was very drinkable. They also had Pride and Young's bitter, and also Leffe.

Food is served noon-9pm every day. The menu looked okay. It's not cheap though. A sample menu we picked up on a Sunday in November 2007 offered Sunday roast (chicken, lamb or beef, £8.25), pie with roast potatoes, vegetables, and gravy (steak and ale, chicken and leek, or steak and kidney pudding, all £8.25), aubergine and walnut bake with roast potatoes and vegetables (vegetarian, £7), and ploughman's lunch (brie, stilton, or cheddar, £7). Desserts (e.g. apple pie and cream, bread and butter pudding with custard) all £4.

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Last visited by Kake, doop, Bob, Ewan, Kat, Adam, etc, 18 November 2007. Opening times, food times, and quiz night taken from blackboard outside on that visit.
OS X co-ord: 534601 OS Y co-ord: 180050 (Latitude: 51.503362 Longitude: -0.062083)
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