Trafalgar Tavern

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  • Address:

    Trafalgar Tavern Park Row
    London
    SE10 9NW

  • Venue phone:

    020 8858 2909

  • Venue website:

    www.trafalgartavern.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11pm Mon-Thur, Sun; noon-1am Fri, Sat. Food served noon-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Cutty Sark DLR or Maze Hill rail

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Ohhhh

The reviews below have not instilled any change in the place. I ordered pork belly and a pint to the tune of GBP27 !! The pork was dry and whilst the beer was good it was far too expensive. That and the mice that was merrily going up and down the stairs and under one couples feet (they quickly left) means that this will be my first and last visit

Will

This is a wonderful old pub in a lovely location, which I've eaten in many times over the years. Sadly greed has got the better of them, and the prices on their menu are now beyond a joke. Mains tend to be around £20 each, and come instantly, meaning that you scarcely get the time to enjoy your surroundings, quite aside from the question of how they manage to bring it so quickly. My fish and chips was £16, and came with precisely 6 (chunky) chips. It's a great shame. I've no doubt the landlord is now a great deal richer, but the punters are being taken for idiots. Stop by for a drink, but otherwise avoid.

BT

What a disappointment, and far too expensive for what you get. We had lunch, and both our meals were absolutely tasteless. My starter (endive salad) was mostly comprised lettuce leaves with some endive and sugared walnuts (yes, sugared walnuts!) with an insipid dressing. My husbands whitebait was tasteless. Our main course of fish and chips was, again, tasteless. The fish had obviously been frozen, the chips tasted as if they'd been re-heated (not twiced fried) and the tartare sauce, served in little pots, had a 'crust' on the top indicating they'd been in their pots for some time. The ladies toilet, although clean, is in a bad state of disrepair, with the toilet floor lino so worn away that the floorboards underneath are mostly visible (not very hygenic!). A tap was loose, so I nearly got 'showered' whilst washing my hands. I would NOT recommend The Trafalgar Inn as the food is very, very mediocre. There are plenty of other places nearby where you'd eat better food more reasonably priced.

Natty W

Recently went to a private function and was appalled by the attitude of the 'bouncer'!! He was very rude and extremely aggressive and I was totally embarrassed for the host who had paid a lot of money to be spoken to in that manner! Great venue but they need to take a close look at their staff and invest in some kind of course teaching manners and how to speak to paying guests!!! I was considering booking my 40th there but will take my custom elsewhere and make sure everyone I know steers clear of being humiliated and bullied too!

Steve

The Trafalger is obviously living off its historical background and view. Another historical figure is Dick Turpin who at least wore a mask when he robbed you. £3.90 for a pint of beer is extortionate

Carole

Ignore the website that shows a restaurant with table clothes and quite posh. It is in fact a basic pub restaurant but with prices over the top for the ambience. The food was good if you want a gastro pub style meal although pricey. The service was also good. If you are looking for a special night out then this is not the place - you will be very dissapointed

Mike

Great view across the thames and great beer selection. Interesting little menu but VERY small portions. £13.00 for 5 tiny ribs which is described as a "rack" served with a teaspoon of coleslaw is not what you expect as "pub grub" it was more Nouveau cuisine sized ! . I would drink there again but I'd give the rip-off food a miss, there are plenty of pubs in the area that are much better value if you want a decent meal.

adrew

Great views across the river and great selection of beers including selection from Sharps and Adnams. Very friendly staff will let you taste any of their products. Good selection of belgium lagers especially Estaminet - love it ! I will definatly be back again!!!