Located in an original warehouse building on St Katherines Way dating back to the 18th century, The Dickens Inn is full of old world charm, loved by local Londoners and tourists alike. Sitting on on the banks of the Thames, The Dickens Inn comprises of several different dining areas including the grill – it’s the perfect place to indulge in delicious British cuisine in London’s St Katherines Dock area, serving up succulent steaks, burgers, fresh fish dishes and traditional Sunday roasts. To guarantee a table at the grill at The Dickens Inn, booking ahead is recommended.
Still retaining its original features such as the the timber frames, The Dickens Inn Grill is decorated with antique furniture, creating a cosy and authentic setting to dine in, The perfect place to soak up some British culture while tucking into delicious steaks and grills, this restaurant is a great pit stop when exploring all the nearby sights that London has to offer. Whether it’s for a light lunch or a three-course meal in St Katherines Docks, The Dickens Inn Grill’s menu boasts plenty of choices, from small plates to sandwiches and salads, and larger main course meals.
We recommend starting off with the homemade soup of the day or some chicken and mushroom pate, before moving on to a chargrilled 28 day matured steak, the beer-battered fish and chips served with curry sauce, mushy peas,homemade tartare sauce, bread and butter, or the Ultimate burger, a farm-assured beef burger topped with BBQ pulled pork, bacon, Emmental cheese, beer-battered onion rings, beef tomato, baby gem lettuce and gherkins. Located on St Katharine’s Quay, The Dickens Inn Grill’s historic setting and mouthwatering menu attracts diners from all over the capital, as well as being a favourite spot for tourists looking to fuel up after spending the day sightseeing or shopping in the capital. To beat the crowds and snag the perfect table, making a reservation at The Dickens Inn Grill in St Katherines Docks beforehand is advised.
We've been there on a friday evening amd had some dinner at the balcony. My friend ordered some salmon, which she said, was amazing and I had a steak which was good too. The prices were totally acceptable and the waiters did their best. I would defenitely go there again and visit this romantic restaurant at St. Katherines dock. Greetings from vienna
Firstly the restaurant didn't have a table booked for us by your site but they was able to seat us at a nice table food was lovely we would have purchased more drinks if staff had been more attentive Our evening was nearly at the end when there was an incident at the pub and we was all asked to leave But even though all of this we still had a good time with our friends
A very chilled out evening attentive staff only one complaint there salt and pepper squid it's lovely but two of us had it and one had 3 pieces of squid the other had like ten portions should be even
I found it nice, meal was nice, if a bit expensive £19.50 for a jug of very weak pimms, toilets are the big let down.
It is very standard pub food - portion sizes are good. It's located in a great part of town though and good for a crowd.