The Gregorian

96 Jamaica Road , London, SE16 4SQ

The Gregorian London pub Bermondsey
The Gregorian London pub Bermondsey

SquareMeal Review of The Gregorian

In 1559, Bermondsey’s burghers raised their tankards here to celebrate the coronation of Elizabeth I. But despite its half-timbered Tudor facade, the current pub on this historic site is a whippersnapper rebuilt soon after the Blitz. The Gregorian reopened under new ownership in summer 2015, following a refurbishment that mixes Edwardian civic chambers and Ye Olde Curiosity Shop knick-knackery with 1950s Festival of Britain furniture. On the pumps, London Pride appears alongside Butcombe Bitter and some decent Scottish and continental brews. You’ll also find a dozen modest wines under £20, plus spritzes, Pimm’s and cocktails to sip in the beer garden. Soon to be installed is a kitchen that will provide modern British pub grub, Sunday roasts and homemade traditional bar snacks. Until then, pop-up street-food residencies will supply hot dogs, burgers, sliders, gnocchi and the like. Live music, weekly events and family entertainment are also planned.

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The Gregorian Location

96 Jamaica Road , London SE16 4SQ

Opening times

Mon-Fri 4pm-11pm (Fri -12M) Sat-Sun 12N-12M (Sun -10.30pm)

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