Looking for somewhere to drink in this historic area of east London? Take a look at our recommended list of Wapping bars and find some rewarding, contemporary venues available. Experience the changing face of east London's social scene with our guide to Wapping bars.
Rubens at The Palace Hotel, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PS
(020) 7834 6600
Located inside the luxurious Rubens at the Palace Hotel, guests can choose from a great selection of modern English cuisine at The English Grill. Offering a combination of classic trolley service and a la carte dishes, guests can watch the chefs prepare English classics including succulent grills, roasts and delicious homemade pies in the open kitchen. The dining experience is accompanied by an extensive wine list including a fine selection from Bouchard Finlayson.
- Dine like royalty in regal surroundings
- Opulently designed with a rich royal theme
- With polished silver, beautiful chandeliers
- And tailcoat waiters offering traditional service
- Using the finest English produce and suppliers
More Wapping Bars
The Captain Kidd is a traditional establishment with a contemporary edge, offering views of the river from Wapping High Street.
108 Wapping High Street, Wapping, London, E1W 2NE
(020) 7480 5759
Once a spice warehouse, this pub feels steeping in history.
Marble Quay, St Katharine Docks, London, E1W 1UH
(020) 7488 2208
Charles Dickins and Samuel Pepys are said to have drunk in the Prospect of Whitby, one of London's oldest pubs.
57 Wapping Wall, Shadwell, London, E1W 3SH
(020) 7481 1095
Town of Ramsgate is an historic East London pub dating as far back as the War of the Roses with splendid views of the river from Wapping High Street.
62 Wapping High Street, Wapping, London, E1W 2PN
(020) 7481 8000