Dating back to 1620, the Mayflower appears suddenly along the Thames path, its white and black-timbered frontage set with diamond-leaded windows positively oozes tradition. Inside, beyond the counter, the small main bar area (cosy alcoves, open fire) leads to a deck outside at the rear.
The pub has been a thriving local over the years: in the front room, brass plaques on the back of the dark wooden seats commemorate deceased regulars. There is also a waterfront terrace with great views.
The menu throughout the pub and restaurant serves delicious British gastro-pub dishes and European-fusion style food, cooked fresh to order by top chefs. The main bar has a great range of well kept ales and lagers and tastefully chosen wines. This is a great place for a celebration, family meal or quirky date with the cosy snug area perfect as a function room for a gathering of around 20 or you can hire out the upstairs restaurant for sit down meals of up to 45 people.
Serving food all day Saturday and Sunday and on week nights from 6pm until 9.30pm, The Mayflower is very popular and it is advisable to book a table in the restaurant.
The nearest tube is Rotherhithe station on the orange line, just a two minute walk away, or Canada Water & Bermondsey stations are just ten minutes away on the Jubilee.
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Visit the website: www.themayflowerrotherhithe.com