Greenwich locals will be pleased to hear that a historical building, which has been closed to the public for years, is about to reopen in its new guise as a pub. Enderby House is a Grade II listed building on the riverfront that is pretty much all that remains of a wharf built back in the 1800s. Next month it opens its doors (or at least its outside terraces) as a Young's pub.
The three-floored building will begin by serving on its two riverside terraces. On the drinks front, there'll be beers from local breweries Meantime and Gipsy Hill, while the food menu is going to be focusing on pub classics and seafood dishes. So you can expect:
- Winterbourne trout and crab terrine
- Grilled diver scallop with seaweed and Suffolk chorizo
- Native grilled lobster with wild garlic and samphire
When the inside part of the pub opens in May you'll be able to take a proper look at the pub and dining room with private dining rooms, meeting spaces and more.
More about Enderby House
Where is it? 23 Telegraph Avenue, London SE10 0TH
When? Terraces open 12 April, inside on 17 May 2021
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