Delicious cakes, good quality coffee and freshly baked bread to take away - all in welcoming surroundings with trendy décor.
Submitted by Marta
Delicious baked goods, friendly staff, yummy hot drinks and you can the watch the world go by at the Royal Navel College opposite.
Submitted by Lucy
The observatory is a great place for all ages to visit. There are usually a number of exhibitions for all ages giving a history of time and space and the architecture is wonderful. During the evening you can see the green laser across the sky that shows the meridian line.
Submitted by Gurdip
The craziest Chinese serving the BIGGEST plates of food one has ever seen!
Submitted by Tom
An after work pint after a tough day in The Wharf? The Gypsy Moth pub is a favourite mooring. With riverside vistas and historical importance, Greenwich is best enjoyed with a pint of Meantime.
Submitted by Paul
A busy market with delicious food stalls and unusual gifts. Something for everyone!
Submitted by Vicci
Mediterranean food in the heart of Greenwich along bustling Greenwich Church Street. A wide and varied menu of dishes and cuisines and a great place for all the family.
Submitted by Maria
Amazing food and service. The best Italian food in Greenwich.
Submitted by Nicholas
Not only the venue for the Greenwich office Xmas jumper photo, you can get up close to the clipper and visit the museum of her history. Also
Submitted by Martha
A really cosy pub, animal friendly, dining with a view and the best Sunday lunches in Greenwich!
Submitted by Vicci
Some great unusual finds here and it's open every day of the week!
Submitted by Vicci
One of the most secluded spots with amazing views over London. Not a tourist in sight and the perfect place for a picnic too.
Submitted by Sophie
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Green open space, artisan shops and only 20 minutes to central London!
Greenwich is beautiful!
Welcome to the London's village! If you love the city but it gets too crowded for you sometimes, this is your kind of place. Greenwich offers a mixture of wide open spaces and lower density living areas, but is still situated close enough to the likes of Canary Wharf and London Bridge to truly feel like a part of London.
Fast access to the city, lots of amenities, family friendly, with a suburban feel, thanks to the green-space. Plus you always know what time it is!
Modern and heritage. Amazing history and places to eat. Especially around Blackheath village. Great area of development and investment.
Greenwich Park is excellent, especially with the Royal Observatory and Maritime Museum, however the lesser known green spaces, including The Heath and Manor House Gardens are also great escapes from the hustle and bustle of the city and are less touristy.
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Greenwich is a town in Southeast London famous for giving its name to the Greenwich Meridian (0° longitude) and Greenwich Mean Time. Best known for the Observatory and Greenwich Park, Greenwich has much to offer residents. The town is located 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east-southeast of Charing Cross and has superb transport links. Residents have almost everything they need on their doorstep. There’s an array of high-street and independent shops, a market, restaurants, pubs, a theatre and cinema, museums, sports and recreation facilities, parks and good schools. Greenwich is popular with families putting down roots.
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