This Butler's Wharf spot from the D&D group boasts some cracking views - Tower Bridge is merely the hurl of a meat-cleaver away. And if you need further proof of its proximity to the Thames? The al fresco terrace is furnished with rubber rings. Best to stay the right side of the wall, all the same.
Meats - particularly steaks - play an important role on a menu celebrating all things British. Think Gloucester old spot pork chops with a bramley apple and cider sauce, salt marsh lamb cutlets, British charcuterie and eight cuts of steak - all from grass-fed Speyside Angus X cattle.
The wine list features a good number by the glass and the carafe, with options from well-known regions of France, Italy, South Africa, Argentina and South Africa. The by-the-bottle list is extensive, and divided by country and region. Keep an eye out for 'enliveners', too - an Earl Grey Tea here combines Jensen London gin, Earl Grey, Chase rhubarb, lemon and mint.