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Located in the same building as the Greenwich Picture House, Rivington Greenwich is set over two storeys, with a mezzanine seating 45 people for private parties and a 25-seat terrace. Like its sister restaurant in Shoreditch, the walls are whitewashed, the floors stripped wood and the tables dressed with white linen, and the emphasis is on simple, British dishes cooked with ingredients from small, bespoke suppliers. As well as the main dining area, there is a more relaxed area at the entrance for cocktails and snacks such as Welsh rarebit and eggs Benedict, all to be found in the “On toast” section of the menu, and a bar that spans the width of the room. Rivington sources all its food responsibly from the British Isles and is a true neighbourhood restaurant.
As anyone who has even cursory experience with children will tell you, the real decision makers in a family are not the parents! Nope – it’s the children who lead the charge, and, for better or worse, parents only ever think that they’re the boss. We’ve been thinking about this long and hard at Rivington and we think we’ve come up with something that both parties will be happy with. Head Chef Simon Wadham’s children’s menu offers dishes for kids up to 12 including homemade fish fingers and chips, grilled chicken, chips and peas et al. And the best thing is that Kids Eat Free from Monday to Saturday, 12 noon to 7pm (2 children per paying adult), which presents the perfect solution for after school tea or a kid’s birthday party (accompanied by a smattering of adults!). Because Greenwich is such a hive of activity and opportunities (Cutty Sark, Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory or a Clipper trip down the Thames…), families can combine favourite occupations such as eating, playing and having fun all at the same time.