Mitre, Greenwich

Our rating: FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings      User rating: Community Rating 3 - Click for an explanation of our ratings   (4 reviews)
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FancyaPint?'s review...
FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Reunited with the bar next door at the last refurb, they created a larger pub, making the place a more sensible proposition. With its accommodation, bedrooms and lunchtime food the place is geared towards the tourist end of the spectrum and the hordes of tourists on hand mean that at the predictable times (i.e. summer weekends) it's not really one for a quiet, contemplative pint. It is, however, much quieter during the week and this is when it comes into its own. There are four real ales on the hand pumps with plenty of other things on offer if beer's not your tipple, there's plenty of decent ordinary grub and with News 24 on the small screens and At the Races on the big screen, the Mitre caters for most tastes. If it wasn't for the weekend invasion, we'd be in here a lot more often.
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Reviews (7)
03 Aug 2012
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Apart from the music which is too loud when the bar staff are in the mood, this is an ok greenwich boozer. Its comfortable and the clients a bit more pleasant than the bars nearer the station. Miles better than The Auctioneers and Belushis.
Reviews (10)
29 Jun 2011
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An o.k. place to step out of the Greenwich crowds and have a pint. The selection is not bad, but the service is a bit slow and less than friendly. On a weekend, the screens at the rear of the pub are filled with football, with the usual noisy types crowded around. The front of the pub is more pleasant, but usually filled. I prefer the very nice side garden patio with views of the namesake church. The patio is a pleasant place to spend an afternoon. I've not tried the food. The bathrooms are downstairs, down a steep flight of narrow stairs; but, once reached, may not be as bad as the other review would have it. All in all, an acceptable pub for the lower reaches of Greenwich town.
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10 Mar 2010
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1. Filthy toilets

2. Dirty glasses

3. Slow/rude service

4. Broken entry door

5. Dangerous floor tiles around the bar are broken and loose

6. Bland food served badly.

7. Cigarettes strewn around entrance.

8. No ice buckets

9. No handle on mens toilet door

10. A very badly run public house in the historic centre of Greenwich.

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291 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 8NA
0208 293 0037

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