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Spanish Galleon, Greenwich
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26 Mar 2012
I was in London on business which sadly kept me away from pubs until my last night - a Thursday night. I walked down the street from my hotel to the Spanish Galleon, hoping to meet up with some colleagues who had long since moved on. The pub was quiet and I was able to engage in a nice conversation with the bartender. He introduced me to Spitfire and Bishop's Finger, which I enjoyed tremendously. I'm a big fan of real ale, but in all honesty it's tough to determine the subtle differences when you only get to London once or twice a year. That said, I think I preferred the Bishop's Finger. The kitchen was apparently being closed down, but on an appeal they found a way to get me some fish and chips. Overall, I liked the convenience of the pub. The decor was nice. And, the service was outstanding. I'll likely visit again on a future trip.
48 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London, SE10 9BL
0208 858 3664
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