We've been going to the Dickens Inn for about 15 years, and while the food can't compete with many other London venues, the setting and the building itself are worth a visit. The Dickens Inn is located in the centre of St Katherine's Dock, so it feels very peaceful for central London. Its lovely to sit on the balconies in warm weather and listen to the clinking of the boats.
The Dickens Inn is an old four story building with lots of character - wooden beams, old farming implements hung up on the walls, balconies hung with lots of flowers and plants. Its a very nice venue for a quiet evening meal.
The food is mostly pizza and they are tasty but nothing special, although they do come in some massive sizes which makes for fun group meals!
The staff and service are so-so. I haven't ever been blown away by the service, and we've had a couple of slightly off experiences, such as being seated next to staff having their meals, and being told we could only choose two different toppings for a giant pizza (for 6 people), when previously there had been no problem choosing 3 different toppings.
Worth a visit if you by Tower Bridge.
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