Review on The Draft House Tower Bridge
The Draft House located on the banks of the River Thames, near Tower Bridge is part of a well regarded group of London pubs owned by Charles McVeigh. The venue has the same minimalist décor as its siblings with the signature bright green upholstery and colourful posters adorning the walls. The Tower Bridge branch is ideal for private events with the beautiful and atmospheric Tasting Rooms featuring reclaimed copper windows from the University of the Arts building circa 1920, which was demolished in 2010.
Ingredients are carefully selected for the menus along the lines of foot-long pork scratchings or Scotch egg with curried mayonnaise, followed by 28-day aged steaks from Speyside or the Yolk, 8oz Burger with flat fried egg and glazed hollandaise. Elsewhere you might see chill crab linguine or pork Schnitzel "Holstein" with fried egg, capers and potato salad. Desserts offer satisfaction with rhubarb fool paired with cream and shortbread or maybe a chocolate brownie and vanilla ice cream. There are 18 beers of tap and more than 50 bottled beers supplied from artisan breweries around the globe, together with a fine international wine and whisky list or if you prefer each dish is matched on the menu with a beer or ale.
Gastro pub / British
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card