A bar and restaurant on the banks of the Three Mills Wall River Weir in Stratford. Expect a varied food menu, draught beers, cocktails, club nights, pop-up events and roasts on a Sunday.
That food menu ranges from fish and chips, chicken and ham terrines and smoked salmon and haddock fish cakes to chuck steak burgers, wild mushroom and smoked cheese bruschetta, Tuscan-style fish stews and linguine here served with honey roasted courgettes, mushroom duxelles, oil and herbs.
A range of cocktails include a blackberry mojito and a Print House island mule with fresh chilli. They're 2-for-1 on Friday nights, when DJs provide the soundtrack.
The venue, a converted print factory, retains much of the warehouse charm. With bare hanging bulbs, and original pillars the feel is minimalist yet modern.
The open plan layout allows for separate areas for you to enjoy. The restaurant boasts a large open kitchen and large seating capacity, while the bar offers you a wide range of drink with a modern look thanks to original photography by Andrew Cotteril. Our sofa area boasts eight large leather chesterfields and hand-made tables, as well as offering you a private section for the perfect celebrations.
Our chefs take pride in the food they serve, and will offer you nothing less than perfection, while our staff are very polite, approachable and hard working.
If you have any queries or question, don't hesitate to ask your server. If you would like to enquire re bookings, email us.
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133 High Street
|Transport:||DLR: Pudding Mill Lane|
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With a great location and tasty menu, the Print House is a very safe bet for a Sunday dinner or bite to eat after work. It's got a great location right by the river, and in the summer you can sprawl out on the terrace and play table tennis or giant Jenga. It's never completely rammed (possibly due to it's location between Bow or Stratford) and it's very well designed inside. The staff are friendly but don't always get everything right or are as attentive as I'd want, and while the food is great and the chefs clearly make a huge effort, it does feel slightly overpriced. Generally though a very solid effort, I've never been disappointed and I'd recommend it as a nice place to go.
I love the print house, the roasts are amazing, the staff are lovely, much more relaxed than Westfields and other places in Stratford/Bow. Highly recommend!