Established in 1691, the Plume of Feathers is the oldest pub in Greenwich. It overlooks Greenwich Park, close to the Observatory and Maritime Museum and in 2013 was voted the best pub in SE10 by the Greenwich Society.This warm and friendly pub, adorned with original claygate fireplace and features, enhanced by maritime relics and historical paintings, provides a feeling of being in a country pub while being in one of the world busiest and greatest cities. In the summer enjoy the beautiful award winning garden and food “al fresco”.The Plume features a candlelit restaurant providing gourmet dishes as well as traditional pub favourites with an exciting choice of English and Continental Cuisine accompanied by an outstanding international wine list. Sunday afternoons see the best traditional Sunday Roasts served with fresh seasonal produce.The Plume is listed in CAMRA’s good beer guide for the UK and we serve 4 real ales including Harvey’s Sussex Best Bitter, Sharp’s Doombar and two excellent guest beers. We also have an impressive range of draught lagers, Thatchers Gold cider and bottled continental beers.