Gabriel's Wharf, London
Categories: Piers & Boardwalks, Tourist Spots
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Colorful and lively redeveloped wharf, full of little shops and small restaurants, with nice atmosphere. It is a nice place to stroll around and grab a quick lunch.
We enjoyed having a late lunch at Gabriel's warf. There was several shops and three or four restaurants to choose from. There was a very small beach area where someone had built a sand castle. Highly ... read more »
This is a great little place to unwind, near the attractions on the south side of the Thames but just a bit off the beaten track. Great little shops and places to eat.
Right in the middle of the action. So expect the usual. Busy, we have run out of item X, overworked, stressed staff. But the food is surprisingly good for a tourist location. Great spot for people watching. Seats outside, inside. And outside again on the upper deck.
Great spot for people watching, the terrace upstairs is nice on a sunny day. Chocolate fudge cake and a cuppa was just what we needed after a stroll along the river. High chairs provided but had to help myself and rearrange the furniture, no baby changing facilities. Waiter was not very friendly.
Waited 15 minutes just to get a waiter to take our order. Dont think he would have come over off his own accord. Will see how long it takes to get starters. Dont think they will break any records even though its getting late now.
Out for a meal when back up in London with friends. Promptly to a table, order taken swiftly & politely. Entre of calamari was caramel in colour & tasted metallic - excess oil. Raising issue with waitress, promptly returned saying no charge. Mains came 2x fish & chips - chips golden colour fish caramel, odd odour and excess oil was dark brown. Internal fish nice, spoilt by obvious old oil. Friend had burger, tomato was wedged like a salad & blue cheese was a similar wedge. Manager came and admitted they hadn't changed the oil over / since Easter break. So the food was free. We feel changing oil in fryer is a fundamental to good kitchen practice hence only giving one star.
The menu is over priced for what is a pub menu. This used to be a proper fish restaurant with dodgy service but a great linguini but is now a disappointing tourist trap that makes me angry.
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