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We had booked a table for lunch, arrived on time, ordered our drinks and food at the bar, as is required, and waited ONE HOUR plus for our food to arrive.
The food was good but the service completely unacceptable....I don’t think we’ll return.
New menu, we had the "allotment special", which tonight was ribeye steak cut into strips and served on a bed of rocket, spinach and basil. Lovely. Tomorrow night I'm told it's fresh mackerel with capers, might come again!
This is a lovely traditional British pub with lovely food and we brought visitors who were staying with us from the USA. They were charmed and we loved being able to show them some really local evidence of the history of Britain.
Nice very old pub by the Thames lovely food very reasonably priced.good seating areas one room with river views.an outdoor area also.has classic feel about it right next to oldest cast iron pier in the world.
had a sunday lunch in the main bar and was pretty good better than toby but was surrounded by people nearly sat on my plate my fault probably for going at peak time but perhaps should have waited for better seats maybe my fault will...More
Nice pub with lots of nooks and crannies and floors at all angles.Food looked ok but we were just in for a pint. Only thing that lets it down is the speed and efficiency of service which leads to very big queues at the quite...More
My wife and I visited Gravesend for the first time the other day and decided to arrive via the foot ferry between the town and Tilbury in Essex. We were pleasantly suprised as we approached the pontoon on the kent side by just how interesting...More
The best views of Thames and Essex, the best beer, the excellent menu, the friendly owner Lester and the friendliest staff plus the weekly live music makes the Three Daws one of the best pubs on the Thames