More about Dial Arch
An historic building surrounded by the greenery of Royal Arsenal Riverside, Dial Arch is a wholly individual Young’s pub and restaurant in London. A chic main dining room, quaint pantry with open fire and al fresco terrace all come together to form this popular south-of-the-river drinking spot.
The Dial Arch food menu comes in many forms. The dining room menu offers up tasty options like the pan fried pheasant breast with port jus and the undeniably British, award-winning Young’s steak and ale pie with honey roasted vegetables and mash. The sandwich menu appeals to diners’ inner child with a fish finger and tartare option, while an individual flat bread menu offers Dingley Dell pulled pork alongside woodland mushroom with caramelised red onion and tarragon.
Sirloin of Riverside beef can be elected for Sunday lunch, while the bar menu features Young’s beer-battered haddock with triple-cooked chips. Bar snacks can be ordered on the massive, umbrella-covered terrace, which is the perfect place to enjoy an award-winning Young’s ale or a glass of carefully selected wine.
Dial Arch in London is a 5-minute walk from Woolwich Pier on the Thames. Closest station is Woolwich Arsenal Tube Station, also a 5-minute walk away.