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Festival Feasts Meal+Drink=£10 MOGUL


10 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, SE10 Tel: (020) 8858 6790/1500 www.mogulindian.co.uk


All year round, think of this restaurant for good food, fine wines and cold beers. Famous for its top-quality Indian cuisine, this Greenwich restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike. Feasts offer: Enjoy a two course meal with a soft drink or glass of wine or bottle of beer during the Festival period.


THE MUSEUM CAFÉ AND BISTRO The Royal Artillery Museum, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, SE18 6ST Tel: (020) 8855 7755 www.firepower.org.uk


Whether you are enjoying a light meal in our tabled area or melting into our leather sofas with a coffee and newspaper we are sure you will find a relaxing atmosphere waiting for you. Feasts offer: A choice of Grilled Goats Cheese Salad, Firepower Burger or Moules Mariniere with a glass of house wine or Stella Artois lager or a soft drink.


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NORTH POLE BAR AND RESTAURANT 131 Greenwich High Road, Greenwich, SE10 8JA Tel: (020) 8853 3020 www.northpolegreenwich.com The North Pole possesses a refreshing friendly atmosphere. With a curvaceous chocolate brown interior, cowhide furniture and an open fireplace this bar is so inviting you won’t want to leave in a hurry! Feasts offer: Whilst sitting back and relaxing to the music played by their resident pianist, enjoy the North Pole’s famous risotto and a glass of house wine or bottle of beer or a soft drink.


ROYAL OBSERVATORY CAFÉ Royal Observatory, Greenwich Park, London, SE10 8PU Tel: (020) 8858 9695 www.companyofcooks.com Situated on the ground floor, in the South Building of the Royal Observatory, this modern café features a sun terrace with stunning views over Greenwich Park. Feasts offer: Choose from a sandwich, pizzette with rocket, classic Caesar salad or soup of the day, each served with a slice of cake and a bottle of water or


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