16”West Brasserie

National Maritime Museum, Park Row , London, SE10 9NF

1 reviews

39 British Greenwich

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SquareMeal Review of 16”West Brasserie

Students of map reading will probably realise that the moniker 16”W is a reference pinpointing the exact location of this soon-to-launch brasserie. Housed in the new Sammy Ofer Wing of the National Maritime Museum, overlooking the beautiful vistas of Greenwich Park, it should be a boon for the crowds of tourists & sightseers with its glass walls, alfresco terraces & flexible menu
developed by celeb chef Anton Edelmann. British seasonality will be the prevailing culinary theme, whether you are after lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, & the food will be supported by a wide-ranging drinks list including English ales, cider & wines. The nearby Museum Café will offer easy daytime nourishment (pastries, salads, deli sandwiches & hearty plates), plus a juice bar & barista coffee counter.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Maze Hill Station 430m

Cutty Sark Station 607m


Address: National Maritime Museum, Park Row , London SE10 9NF

Area: Greenwich

Opening times

Tues-Sun 12N-11pm


Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 2.0

Value: 2.0

Food & Drink: 1.0

Service: 2.0

Atmosphere: 1.0

Value: 1.0

J Y. 24 July 2011

Mediocre food, slow and disparate service due to event going on elsewhere (not mentioned when we booked). menu very different to online sample. Boring, not particularly seasonal (their key selling point!), ungenerous. Atmosphere quite bleak in evening. Difficult to get to after museum closes. Wouldn't recommend, you can def get better fare in London for this money.