Review on The Morgan Arms
The Morgan Arms Bow takes its name from a certain Mr Morgan, who owned all the land hereabouts during the early nineteenth century, this reborn spit-and-sawdust boozer still retains its beautifully carved and inscribed bar, stained glass windows and shelves groaning with books and memorabilia.
There's always a buzz in the bar, although a more genteel atmosphere prevails in the adjoining dining room. Menus change regularly and the kitchen buys wisely from Billingsgate and other London markets. Kick off with smoked mackerel and red pepper tart or Feta-stuffed chillies, before tackling a hefty helping of Provençal fish stew, braised pig's cheeks with root vegetable mash and Savoy cabbage or steamed steak and kidney pud. For afters - if you have room - expect things like rhubarb filo tart. Adnams Bitter is on draught and there are some very quaffable wines on offer, too. Note: no bookings, so get there early.
The Morgan Arms is also featured in: Michelin Guide, HardensRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 11.00pm (10.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card