It's all change here at the Prince of Greenwich, previously a pretty standard locals' sort of boozer, this ornate pub has had a change of direction. The plusher furnishings have been replaced by simple, wooden furniture - overall the interior has been brought up-to-date, but the biggest changes are in the food and drink line-up. There's good real ale on the hand pumps and more upmarket beers, lagers and cider on tap. There's a pretty decent wine list and, of course, the usual range of spirits. There's a simple, well-prepared, modern British pub menu, that's reasonably-priced and the service is friendly, polite and informative. On the evening of our last visit, whilst the Prince of Greenwich's neighbours, were pretty crowded, there was space here to relax and enjoy some food and conversation. There's no real reason why these other pubs should appear to be so much more popular - we guess the locals around here are just creatures of habit. The Prince of Greenwich offers good drink, good drink and good service in decent surroundings, if you're in these parts you should give it a go.
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Reviewed by FAP
20 Mar 2011