Moby Dick, Russell Place

Location and opening hours

Moby Dick
Address:
Moby Dick, 6 Russell Place,
London  SE16 7PL
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 7231 6719
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 11 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 11 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 11 AM–11 PM   Thursday 11 AM–11 PM   Friday 11 AM–midnight   Saturday 11 AM–midnight
Trains:
Surrey Quays OVR

This pub has function room, river views, a food menu and serves real ale.

More pubs nearby

Other pubs close to this one:

The Ship & Whale is in Gulliver Street, less than ¼ mile from Moby Dick

Bar Original is in Teredo Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides car parking, pool tables, a seating area and sells vegetarian dishes

Local restaurants

Pizza Hut is a cheap pizzeria in Teredo Street, less than ¼ mile from Moby Dick, and provides takeaway, air conditioning, vegetarian dishes, delivery, bar, buffet menu, car parking

West Coast is an American restaurant in Teredo Street, less than ¼ mile away

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