Named after Perkin the Reveller – a merry character from The Cook's Tale in Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales – this contemporary ‘dining hall' and bar pays homage to London's history and the fact that Chaucer himself oversaw the construction of the original Tower Wharf. Visitors sit at banqueting-style tables and choose from a menu that celebrates British seasonal produce, from Colchester oysters or Cornish fish stew with saffron potatoes to Cotswold White chicken, char-grilled pork chops or slow-cooked lamb with fennel, artichokes and basil, ahead of Eton mess or egg custard tart. Breakfast, savoury elevenses and proper afternoon tea complete the culinary offer. The Reveller sports two bars (one hand-crafted from an antique pulpit), and the drinks list references London's past with gin-based cocktails, vintage flips, punch bowls and locally brewed craft beers. An outdoor terrace has its own myriad attractions.
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