As well as plenty of different types of wine, Davy’s also serves a changing menu of mainly classic British food, including bangers and mash, homemade burgers and fish and chips, along with lighter meals like Burrata and asparagus salad.
The wood panelled surroundings and wine barrels might look fancy, but the prices are more in line with gastropubs than fine dining. Expect to pay around £14.00–£16.00 for a main course, and £4.50–£6.50 for a glass of wine (125ml). It’s a little splash of decadence, without the headache-inducing bill.
It’s conveniently close to Greenwich Train Station too. Within stumbling distance, in fact.
161 Greenwich High Rd, Greenwich, London SE10 8JA, UK
Monday - Friday, noon-11pm; weekends 9am-11pm
- 72 m from Greenwich Docklands Light Rail
- 0.5 km from Cutty Sark Docklands Light Rail
- 0.6 km from Deptford Bridge Docklands Light Rail
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