Blacksmith's Arms, Limehouse

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FAP Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
The Blacksmith's Arms is a fine local that has served this area very well over the years. It hasn't been affected too much by the influx of people filling the many developments in the surrounding area in recent times, although the pub has edged a little more upmarket. This Tudorbethan pub has a nice oak-panelled, 1930s interior, that hasn't been messed about with too much, simply spruced up, giving it a clubby, comfortable air. It's pretty relaxed during the week, though it does end up picking up refugees from the nearby Hilton; it does get busier at the weekend, although it can be pretty much a local affair. There's a good range of well-kept Fuller's ales on offer on the hand pumps, with a pretty reasonable wine-list, for those who aren't into pints. And, all that's accompanied by an extensive Thai menu and some traditional pub grub.
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257 Rotherhithe Street, Rotherhithe, London, SE16 5EJ
020 7237 1349

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