The Chop House (Butler's Wharf) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the fact that the building used to be a warehouse in the days that the London Docks were an established part of the London culture. With the partitions just high enough to give privacy, yet low enough to let some sound carry to avoid the private booth emphasis that some Restaurants can give to people visiting. The vertical beams that are original to the building itself have not been hidden and are predominantly used as part of the décor rather than being covered in another material. In fact the thing that impressed me was the fact that wood was the key material in use with the manner that The Chop House had been fitted out and as soon a... more
Customer The Chop House (Butler's Wharf) Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Finding a place to cater for a Christmas do is always a pain in the backside, especially if a place hasn't been agreed upon and its two weeks before Christmas. So after much deliberation and investigation using Google it was decided that The Chop House at Butlers Wharf would be the venue for the team to meet and have something to eat and drink before Christmas. One thing that you have to say about this place is its location; the restaurant itself is located next to the river opposite St Katherine's Dock on the south side of the Thames in a place called Shad Thames and is literally 200 yards downriver from Tower Bridge. Seeing the Bridge itself lit up at night ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/08 (Very useful, 127 readings)
When we were looking for a restaurant to celebrate my Mum's birthday, The Butler's Wharf Chop House seemed the perfect choice, coming highly recommended from various colleagues who have impeccable dining taste. One of the Conran Group's restaurants, it's situated right on the river overlooking Tower Bridge, the setting is wonderful, and was particularly great for my Mum, whose Dad actually designed the engine inside Tower Bridge. For a London restaurant it's actually very accessible, particularly for parking, as there is a multi-storey car park just around the corner, or if you are using the tube, it's just s short step from London Bridge tube. On arriving at ... Read the complete review
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