Perkin_Reveller
Cuisine: British
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Address: Tower Wharf, Tower of London, London EC3N 4AB

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 3166 6949

Medieval England inspired restaurant and bar serving British food and jugs of locally brewed beer

Latest reviews of The Perkin Reveller

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

3 January 2013

Rather than opting for a menu filled with historically inspired dishes in the ilk of Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner, the food here is a seasonal mix of classic British and Modern European dishes, with a few steaks for good measure…

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andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

6 December 2012

Although the shtick here is British banqueting (there are three tables seating 26, beer is served in stoneware jugs …), a main of rump and slow-cooked breast of superb Kent lamb comes with a suspiciously Italian but delicious accompaniment of basil, fennel, artichoke and tomato…

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hardens

Richard & Peter, Harden's

9 November 2012

The food was best of British without any hint of pretence or artifice, and we had a lunch of, well, perfect lunch-food – from the chicory, blue cheese and walnut salad, via the pork loin salad, to the poached pear and panacotta, there was simply nothing to reproach. So, a paradox: a lunchtime destination that’s really too good to leave to tourists…

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John_Walsh

John Walsh, The Independent

22 September 2012

The menu is – what did you expect? – very English Heritage, but full of nice touches. Queen scallops are given a peck on their white cheeks by some lovely chorizo. A salad of ham hock with English peas benefited from the ham being served warm in a soft croquette…

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What the Critics say

Time_Out

Time Out Editors, Time Out

3 January 2013

Rather than opting for a menu filled with historically inspired dishes in the ilk of Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner, the food here is a seasonal mix of classic British and Modern European dishes, with a few steaks for good measure…

Read full review »
andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

6 December 2012

Although the shtick here is British banqueting (there are three tables seating 26, beer is served in stoneware jugs …), a main of rump and slow-cooked breast of superb Kent lamb comes with a suspiciously Italian but delicious accompaniment of basil, fennel, artichoke and tomato…

Read full review »
hardens

Richard & Peter, Harden's

9 November 2012

The food was best of British without any hint of pretence or artifice, and we had a lunch of, well, perfect lunch-food – from the chicory, blue cheese and walnut salad, via the pork loin salad, to the poached pear and panacotta, there was simply nothing to reproach. So, a paradox: a lunchtime destination that’s really too good to leave to tourists…

Read full review »
John_Walsh

John Walsh, The Independent

22 September 2012

The menu is – what did you expect? – very English Heritage, but full of nice touches. Queen scallops are given a peck on their white cheeks by some lovely chorizo. A salad of ham hock with English peas benefited from the ham being served warm in a soft croquette…

Read full review »