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can of coke or bottle of orange/apple juice. Menu also includes a packet of Piper Crisps.


SAN MIGUEL


18 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, SE10 9BJ Tel: (020) 8305 1720 www.sanmiguelgreenwich.co.uk Within a relaxed rustic Spanish interior with intricate ceiling decorations and pretty murals, you can watch your food being prepared by a team of experienced chefs in the open-plan kitchen. Feasts offer: Spanish chorizo sausages and mashed potato with an onion and sherry gravy, served with a glass of sangria or a soft drink.


TAPERIA


180 Greenwich High Road, London, SE10 8NN Tel: (020) 8269 0003 www.taperia.co.uk Taperia is an authentic Spanish restaurant that offers fine seasonal tapas in a smart but informal setting below the Picture House in Greenwich. Feasts offer: Enjoy one of our delicious Paellas and glass of sangria or a soft drink.


TRAFALGAR TAVERN Park Row, Greenwich, SE10 9NW Tel: (020) 8 858 2909 www.trafalgartavern.co.uk


In Victorian London there was one pub that represented


the best of Britain’s naval might, where William Gladstone and Charles Dickens could be seen dining side-by-side. The Trafalgar Tavern remains one of London’s most essential public houses. Feasts offer: A Traditional beer battered cod served with fat chips, homemade pea purée and tartare sauce, plus a glass of house wine or soft drink (does not include beer)


THE YACHT


5 Crane Street, Greenwich, SE10 9NP Tel: (020) 8858 0175 The Yacht was modelled on one of the lounge bars in the liner the Queen Mary and has historical pictures adorning every wall. From the ‘upper deck’ there are stunning views of the Thames, which runs right alongside. Feasts offer: Come and enjoy our delicious choice of sausages and mash (also available as a vegetarian option) including a pint of ale or glass of house wine or soft drink.


GREENWICH MARKET Greenwich Market may be best known for its weekend arts and crafts, but it also bubbles and steams with stalls serving great food from Wednesday to Sunday. So in between Festival events, why not cross the culinary globe, sampling mouth-watering treats from stalls serving Portuguese, North African, Japanese, Ethiopian, Italian, Indian and British food!


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