Pepper Saint Ontiod information

Pepper Saint Ontiod is a trendy pub hosting a variety of entertainment throughout the week. The menu offers a selection of British dishes including a traditional Sunday roast.

Ranked #1087 of 2091 pubs & bars in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 12:00


12:00 - 22:00


12:00 - 22:00

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Pepper Saint Ontiod reviews

By Luna S.

Me and my colleagues went this pub and ask if there's merlot wine and then the young looking bartender had a whispery conversation with the other bartender (bar manager?) he said he can not serve to us for no reason! We asked the reason and he said he can not serve because we look drunk! We're so surprised about the reason as we were the most sober people in the pub.. As at that time we had just arrived to place after work since it is one of the nearest place to our office. This manner of the bartender and the other guy who looks like manager was incredible, and they kept continuing abusing us by saying we got angry so we must be drunk. We have never seen such horrible treatment and discrimination in our lives. We will never visit this place again and warn everyone about these horrible stuff!

By Holly K.

I'm not sure I've felt as comfy or welcomed in a pub as this one. Pepper is a great find hidden away on the Island. The worn arm chairs and candle light create a charming atmosphere before you've even ordered a drink. The food is seasonal and reasonably priced. For all Potter fans... if you imagine the Grythindor common room (with copious amounts of alcohol) then you're about spot on. The red head behind the bar isn't bad looking either.

By Fi C.

I've been to this pub quite a few times after work and it's great. The Staff are really friendly, drinks are really well priced and the food is really good. They have just bought in a load of games and are planning events for the summer so I'm loving the fact it's my local. Great views out over the water and plently of room to sit outdoors when the weather gets a bit better!

By Tom G.

I went here last Saturday with a group of friends (four who live in Greenwich and one who lives locally) and we had a very enjoyable evening playing pool, looking at the gorgeous river views and eating real chips!

I am soo fed up with being served frozen chips when eating in pubs!

The bar staff were friendly, they took time to chat with us and we all agreed that we would go again as there really aren't any good places to go locally.

The barman said they are planning on holding some events like a comedy night and maybe a pub quiz which would make a nice change from having to go out in town.

I think next time we'll check out the Sunday roasts - yum!

By Becki H.

A surprisingly enjoyable pub with good food in the heart of the Docklands.

The Venue
The Isle of Dogs has long been thought of as a bit of a black hole – with nothing much to do it’s not somewhere you’d actively seek to go for a night out. However, recent rejuvenation in the area has brought in lots of new-build homes and working facilities, and with that, some very nice drinking establishments. One of these is Pepper Saint Ontiod. Situated in the middle of a housing estate and a few shops, the pub looks more like a small office block. It’s got a great location on the corner of Millwall Dock, with some tempting tables and chairs overlooking the water. It’s a lovely spot on a summer’s day, and not half as busy as some of the more central bars – you might even get a seat. Once inside, you’re greeted with a quirky layout that’s quite different from the outside. The pub has two floors; upstairs is a function room that’s available to hire for private parties. Downstairs you’ll find retro furnishings, shabby chic tables and a plethora of comfortable chairs to lounge in.

The Atmosphere
Even though it’s just a hair’s breadth from Canary Wharf, this pub feels totally different. You can hardly hear a sound apart from the hubbub of chatter from the pub’s patrons, and there’s no elbowing people out the way to get to the bar. Pepper Saint Ontiod, while popular, is ever-so-slightly out of reach from the City slickers, making it a great spot for lunch or after work drinking for the sake of an extra 15 minutes’ walk. There’s definitely a certain smugness felt by the pub’s customers; you can almost see the smile on their face knowing that they have found this diamond in the rough.

The Food
Pepper Saint Ontiod offers a satisfying selection of meals for customers, sticking to the traditional pub grub menu of lighter sandwich options available for lunchtimes or larger meals aimed at after work diners. The prices are certainly lower than those of its Canary Wharf neighbours, but the portions are just as substantial. Main meals include Cumberland sausage and mash served with red onion gravy (£7.50) and pan fried duck breast served with olive oil mash, baby carrots and blueberry sauce (£9.50). There’s also a good selection of desserts available should you still be hungry. The apple and rhubarb crumble comes with homemade custard and costs just £3.

The Drink
Pepper Saint Ontiod now operates under the Antic London pub grounp – a firm that owns many other popular pubs and bars in London. Ales on tap include Adnams Explorer and Broadside, a pint of which will set you back around £3.60. Lagers on offer include Grolsch and Blue Moon and are slightly more expensive at around £3.80. There’s also a wine list available, with selections such as the Spanish Albius Tintus – a tasty red that costs £3.90 for a small glass and £14 for a bottle. Again, very reasonable prices for central London.

The Last Word
Just 15 minutes from Canary Wharf but with a much more relaxed vibe, Pepper Saint Ontiod is well worth a visit.

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