Gordon Ramsay at The Narrow

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About Gordon Ramsay at The Narrow

The Narrow is a magnificent Grade II listed building located on the banks of the Thames with panoramic views of London. The pub offers classic British pub dishes using quality seasonal ingredients. The private dining room, The Captain's Table, is ideal for events for up to 18 guests

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We last ate at the Narrow, London just under a year ago. It was a wonderful restaurant with an excellent a la carte menu coupled with a 'pub' menu. Sadly it had decided to stop the former and go with the latter. Whilst the food was still of good pub quality there wasn't anything to wow you unless you think pork belly, steak and duck is exotic. Given the menu we were amazed by the wine list which has £70-80 wines for a £10-£15 menu. We've always thought of this place as special...no more

I have been to the Narrow a couple of times before and took my parents along. Our Sunday roast was very tasty and the staff were friendly and helpful. We even got the corner table right by the river. I will continue to go, it is one of the best places to eat in the Limehouse area.

Booked for last minute sunday lunch and got seated by the window with great view of the thames.Service was friendly and attentive at first but slowed as the lunchtime bookings came in. By the end our tables were getting speedily cleared up, so we felt rushed. We had the roast beef which was good, beef slightly overdone but the trimmings were tasty.

Very good.

The Narrow in London for 5 for Sunday lunch. So simple really - able to park virtually at the door, table ready and waiting (wonderful views), prompt efficient service. Fish cakes (octopus on the bill?) smelt and tasted as they should, pork (good to have proper crackling) and beef very good, and the cheese was also excellent. Good location, good food and good prices. Perhaps we'll treat the kids again.

The Sunday roast was very tasty. The views of the The Thames were lovely. Service wasn't very good. waiters very unfriendly.

The Narrow, London - Fantastic food and service during a lunchtime visit. The waiting staff went out of their way to make our lunch a pleasant experience - from the timing of the food, entertaining my daughter )1 year old) to lending us an umbrella - as it was pouring with rain when it was time for us to leave! it will be difficult not stopping again for lunch when I return it! Oh, and the food was as you would expect - fresh, seasonal, tasty and good value. Top marks!

Fabulous food as always and despite a few bizarre shortages (the oak aged beer hadn't been cooled!) the service was still good. Fabulous Lazy Bank Holiday Sunday spent here - next time hoping it will be sunny for a change though!!

The view was stunning - especially watching the sunset over the I during dinner.

Food wise - sits nicely in the category of "good gastro pub" but nothing to get over excited a out.

The Narrow at Limehouse is a pub that my partner and I just keep going back to, it has a good atmosphere and the food is great. Most recently we were there for the Sunday menu, offering a good choice of roasts. The Yorkshire puddings are the best I've tasted, the only weakness I found was the potatoes, that while good, could have been better. The wine was't the best I've had for the price, although it got better with an airing and wine tastes are subjective anyway. Overall very good.

The Narrow has long been a local favourite of mine for a summer afternoon pint down by the Thames, but I had no idea to what to expect from an evening meal on a wet Saturday in May. However, good ol' Gordon clearly knows what he's doing!

Welcoming staff, warm service, a great selection of real ale and the best burger in East (if not the whole of) London by a long way!

A surprising tasty and reasonably priced wine-list too; so much so that I carried out a second bottle to take home.

Great food with a relaxed gastro pub vibe. Perfect for that impromptu dinner when you just can't be bothered to cook yourself!

Sunday roast at the Narrow, Limehouse was yum. Had the table for 2 hours before the next booking arrived. Dining room was packed by the time we left. Very enjoyable

The burger was really good, fish was fresh :) chips a bit too crispy and oily for my taste (but I think other people like them like that) - service was good. I will definitely come back to try more dishes.

Gordon Ramsay at The Narrow, London E14. My second visit, taking 5 people who had never been there before and all very impressed. The food and surroundings were excellent and the staff were great - nothing was too much trouble. We will definitely go back!

There were 6 of us who went to The Narrow in London yesterday. The outside space is lovely with a view over the Thames and Canary Wharf. The food is simple and tasty - souped up pub food. It was quite quiet but it was 3pm on a Wednesday so not expected it to be busy. The service was lacking somewhat as the waiter seemed to get drinks one at a time.

The Narrow never fails to deliver. It offers no suprises, in negative or in positive, around its roast dinners, but in some ways this is a good thing. We had lunch with a relative in a wheelchair, and staff could not be more helpful or accomodating. The roast dinner was good, but the star is always their banana sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream. For a full review, please see http://eatingtheyear.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/last-years-of-eating.html.

We had a lunch at The Narrow in East London. Despite the less than stellar weather, the view of the Thames was unparallelled and it was nice to eat on the River. Service was great and our waiter was very friendly. The starter of honey and mustard sausages was delicious and very generously sized. The soup was also delicious and very creamy. Two of us had the burger and two of us had the fish and chips for main. All of which were huge and tasty. Would visit again.

Restaurant location is stunning, but its a culinary let down. Definately not what would expect from anything named under Gordon Ramsay, no matter if its a bar or restaurant. Overall perfect for a seat and chat with drink, but not as a lunch or dinner option.

The Narrow in Limehouse has an amazing aspect, taking in The Shard and Canary Wharf. The food was simple but beautiful; I had the haddock and my boyfriend has the chicken. It's worth going early to have a drink and take in the view, before sitting down for dinner.