Swan at the Globe (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 21 New Globe Walk / London SE1 9DT / Tel: 020 7928 9444
Newest Review: ... and the staff will bring it over to your table. If you want a more formal experience there is a brasserie upstairs which is more restaurant like and has a slightly different selection (although there some overlaps). There are tables outside also, for when the weather is sympathetic. I thought the menu was quite pricey for a pub menu - the only vegetarian main was Macaroni Cheese for £10.50. ... more
Customer Swan at the Globe (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/09/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
The Swan at The Globe is a large pub and brasserie restaurant situated adjacent to the reconstructed Globe theatre on London's South Bank and was the venue for a friend's birthday celebrations. It has a great location - it is 10 minutes walk from London Bridge tube and main line station and Blackfriars tube. It is also 15 minutes walk from Waterloo (mainline also), Southwark and St Paul's tube stations. I arrived at St Paul's underground station and walked around the massive cathedral they had thoughtlessly built in the way, to the Millennium footbridge where I walked across the river to the Tate Modern gallery. The Globe theatre is just 50m away and the entrance to the . Read the complete review
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