Overlooking the Thames on the historic Tower Wharf at the Tower of London, the Perkin Reveller is a fantastic dining experience in the very heart of the city. You probably couldn't get deeper to London's medieval roots than this restaurant bar lavished throughout with classic oak furniture and candle-lit lanterns completing the mise-en-place, it's Gothic without substituting comfort.
Visitors can expect to sip on locally brewed beers and ales from foaming jugs but never fear the spray of the champagne bottle is never too far away, the Perkin Reveller boasts a carefully selected wine list too for the perfect celebration. There are traditional gin-mill cocktails and punch bowls for those looking to kick the celebrations up a gear, creative tributes to bartenders of the prohibition era... so long as you can handle it.
For traditional English cuisine look no further, the Perkin Reveller has two Rosette-Awards. The seasonal menu is a glut of amazing fresh ingredients locally sourced, dishes like the Cornish Fish Stew are an ode to its rich heritage. For those looking for a gay night of merriment and mead head down to the Perkin Reveller but be sure to book a table before you begin your quest.
|Pint of Lager||£4.25|
|Pint of Real Ale||£4.25|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£4.00|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£5.50|
A word from the chef:
The Perkin Reveller restaurant is modern day dining hall, where people come together to celebrate over platters of freshly cooked food, jugs of locally brewed beer and goblets of carefully sourced wine.
The secret magic behind this romantic and indulgent restaurant bar on the river? It boasts some of the best views of Tower Bridge in the the entire city, and you may not even know it’s there. The Venue A pop-up space that sprightly German...
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