Time Out says
Sister to the edgier Shoreditch original, this Greenwich branch of Rivington Grill has an appropriately maritime feel, with brass railings and mirror-lined mezzanine. Both restaurants carry a meat- and fish-focused menu, though with somewhat more vegetarian choices here.
The cooking is of the modern style that the Caprice group has been instrumental in championing: an essentially simple approach aimed at highlighting good ingredients. Marinated sardines might be served with a radish and fennel salad, devilled mackerel with tomato & basil salad. Menus change from lunch to dinner, though not in size: these are not the Bible-size documents that can make choosing so difficult. Desserts are true Brit, and slanted towards the territory of comfort food.
House cocktails are a major feature, with lists devoted to both gin and the Bloody Mary. The wine list is priced with the budget-conscious and quality-conscious equally in mind: most bottles are under £30. If you're around for breakfast, prices are reasonable.
178 Greenwich High Road
|Transport:||Tube: Greenwich rail/DLR|
|Price:||Main courses £10.25-£26.50. Set lunch (Sun) £19.75 3 courses|
|Opening hours:||Breakfast served 10am-noon, lunch served noon-5pm Thur-Sun. Dinner served 5-11pm Tue-Sat; 5-10pm Sun|
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