London’s open spaces are as diverse as they are abundant, and at Calders Wharf you have three of the most interesting right on your doorstep.
Imagine waking each day to gaze out across the Thames and appreciate two of the most spectacular landmarks in all of London. From Calders Wharf you can admire the Old Royal Naval College and the Cutty Sark, standing prominent and proud with Greenwich Park creating the perfect backdrop.
Lose yourself wandering through a cobbled maze of eclectic stalls offering food, drink, arts, crafts, fashion, beauty and so much more. In fact, it would be easier to list what you can’t find in this fascinating place.
Two of France’s most prized exports, served together, and served the French way. The clue is in the name at this exquisite celebration of everything cheese, fizz and fare.
Beautiful presentation, classic textures and distinctive vibrancy, and that's just the interior of the Greenwich Kitchen.
Leave your airs and graces at the door when you enter this no-nonsense pub restaurant just a stone’s throw from the legendary Cutty Sark.
The Pavilion Café is situated in the centre of the sprawling beauty that is Greenwich Park and serves breakfast and lunch that is as enjoyable as the view.
Rivington Greenwich’s deliciously simple British menu uses only the freshest seasonal ingredients sourced from responsible independent suppliers across the British Isles and Ireland.
Combine Japanese and Danish influences to create a restaurant and what do you get? Sushi for people who don't like sushi... and for those who do.