We arrived in Greenwich just around lunch time.
The above is the Greenwich Market with artisan goods; kind of like Granville Market.
We stopped by Greenwich Restaurant for lunch.
English tea for Ben while I had a Cappuccino.
Ben ordered Fish and Chips. Got to try it in London. The fries were thick cut. On the side was some mashed green peas.
I had a Sunday Roast served with mash potatoes and steamed carrots.
The bill came to 22 pounds with an automatic 2.50 pounds service charge added to the bill. We paid with 30 pounds cash but the server short changed us by 5 pounds. Not sure if it was accidental because this is a touristy place. But we did get back our change after we clarified with the server.
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That food looks absolutely dreadful. That must be the quintessential tourist trap. Thanks for the heads up. I’ll definitely avoid it when next in London.
OMG! School cafeteria food :-(. If you wanted fish & chips, the classic experience would be having it somewhere you could get a good bitter to go with it. The Museum Tavern would be one choice: http://www.pubs.com/main_site/pub_details.php?pub_id=149