Overlooked by the stunning Cutty Sark, The Gipsy Moth is an inviting nautical-themed pub with a fantastic selection of international beers. Offering a packed menu of seasonal dishes, there is also an outdoor bar, and patio area with retractable roof.
The Gipsy Moth menu features a great selection of recipes, from classic pub favourites, through to adventurous international creations. There are light bites from the bar, such as British Black Combe ham, salami, sun blushed tomatoes and toasted bloomer, as well as vegetarian options like the pea, feta and mint arancini balls. Pub classics are given gourmet tweaks, like the pork, leek and Welsh rarebit sausages, and there are also favourites such as slow-cooked British beef short rib with bone marrow sauce.
For pudding, diners are treated to recipes like carrot cake and orange cheesecake with Devonshire toffee sauce, and a full British cheeseboard. The Gipsy Moth in Greenwich drinks menu is truly eclectic, and features black spiced rum, local ales, and Belgian fruit beer.
Perfectly situated for those looking for a rest from the Greenwich tourist trails, The Gipsy Moth in London is a truly characterful pub. Cutty Sark Tube Station is only 2 minutes' walk away.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- child friendly (1)
- dinner (1)
- lunch (2)
23 February 2020
The bookatable booking did not go through but they were really flexible and found us a table despite being very busy. All 4 of us enjoyed our meal the food tasted good and the portions were generous. Service was also good.
8 June 2018
Lovely welcome, designated area ready for us and good food.
11 May 2018
We chose this Pub due to its location, very close to our offices, great for an office outing. The whole booking experience was quite straight forward. We booked 3 tables for a group of 11 people. The evening started quite early- 5.30pm on Friday evening, The pub at that time was not too busy, easy to set up an unlimited tab as well as get the ball rolling with drinks and food. The quality of drinks was ok, the food was not bad either. We got a bit disappointed when one of the starters run out very early into the evening. The drinks were flowing, we were getting a bit marry, when one of the Bar Attendants came up to us and asked us to quiet it down, as one person next to us complained about our party, by that time our tab reached close to £500.00. We have been to many places, this was the first experience when our outing was ruined. I would have understood if we were rude, swore non-stop or went looking for a fight. We only were having a lough and a conversation. At the end of the day it is a pub, that serves drinks, people do get merry there we were a group of 11 at the end of the day. I immediately went to talk to the manager who profoundly apologised on behalf of the Bar Attender who was fairly new with the Company, but by then I did not wish to stay there any longer, the evening was ruined. I asked for all pending orders for our group to be cancelled as we wished to leave. We ended up spending only £380.00. We went to their competitors to carry on our evening, where we left close to £2K. I do not recommend this place to bigger groups, nor will I ever come back.
14 July 2017
I have to admit our visit to Gypsy Moth on Friday 14th July was disappointing. I had booked our reservation for 6pm, which I had mentioned in the notes was for leaving drinks, so there would be people dropping in and out. By 7pm I was asked to move from my reserved table because another reservation was due, and meant to sit in the same exact place where I had already booked our table. I don't think that was proper planning, and it made me feel like my reservation wasn't very important compared to the next one. I also ordered food to the table from the bar, but no one ever brought the food over. We could see our food sitting under the heat lamp, so I went back to the bar and asked the chap I'd ordered through to check on my food, which he said he would 'chase it up.' and then proceeded to do exactly nothing except chat to a girl at the bar. So finally my husband went to the pass, where my food was still sitting under the heat lamps, and asked a member of staff with purple hair if that food could be for us? And she was very rude to him, giving him attitude, and acting like it was putting her out to serve us our food which we had been waiting far too long for in the first place. Overall, I used to like Gypsy Moth, now I'm sure I will never go back there. Quite a shame, really.