The Ship

Wandsworth
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A peaceful and relaxing riverside beacon that's overlooked the Thames since 1786.

This great Young's local, founded as a waterman's inn around 1786, shines like a riverside beacon. The peaceful and relaxing front bar is ideal for reading or quiet conversation, whereas the much larger conservatory by the Thames attracts a lively mixed crowd, which means seats are always at a premium; an excellent garden overlooks Wandsworth Bridge. The pleasant dining room serves an ambitious seasonal menu that comes - like the list of entertainment (including an informal Irish session on Tuesdays) - printed on a surreal image of a sea captain with a ship for his head and fish for his hands.

Venue name: The Ship
Contact:
Address: 41 Jew's Row
London
SW18 1TB
Opening hours: Open Sun-Wed 11am-11pm; Thurs-Sat 11am-midnight. Lunch served noon-4pm Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun. Dinner served 6pm-10pm Mon-Sat; 7pm-10pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: Wandsworth Town rail
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Tarryn F

Great food and a decent place but the whole experience is let down by a rude, obnoxious, arrogant GM who has no respect for his customers.

Also they don't ever answer their phones (I phoned 35 times in a 10 hour period) so good luck trying to get a reservation.

Don't bother - you can find much nicer beer gardens and pubs for half the price and for a much nicer experience.