The Victoria, Greenwich
our final review
posted by sokolov on 10/05/2006
This seems a fairly typical locals' pub and as such didn't stand out on our visit. It was pretty small, dark and quiet-ish but everyone seemed perfectly fine about having interlopers on the premises. Nothing memorable about the pub itself, but two details do stand out: a dog which was built on the proportions of a blue whale and produced enough drool to float an armada and a visit from an itinerant hawker of erotic DVDs (he seemed to do a good trade). Whether either constitutes a good reason to visit is something we really couldn't say.
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114 Trafalgar Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9UW
Take a bus from Greenwich down Trafalgar Road or head to the market and take a right down the road. Youll find the pub on the left. From Cutty Sark, head towards the market, turn left onto Trafalgar Road and walk/take the bus again.