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The Narrow - Gordon Ramsay Group



44 Narrow Street, Limehouse Basin, London  E14 8DB

Contact UsTel. 0207 5927 950
MapClick Here For Map.
TypePubs in Limehouse Basin, London.
Pub Explorer Reference35859.
Pub Opening TimesMonday - Saturday 12noon - 11pm.
Sunday 12noon - 10.30pm.


Private Dining

The Captain's Table is a private dining room with a richer, luxurious design scheme. Comfortably seating 14 guests, a telescope and binoculars are located by the window to highlight the river views.Please call for reservations.


Seasonal ingredients are used to create classic British dishes such as London Particular pea and ham soup, potted Cromer crab with granary toast, cock-a-leekie pie with mash and braised Gloucester pig cheese with bashed neeps. Weekly changing Sunday roasts are available alongside the main menu.

Meal TimesMonday - Saturday 12noon - 10.30pm.
Sunday 12noon - 10pm.


OUTDOOR FACILITIESCar Parking - 16 spaces.
GENERAL FACILITIES Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet.
OTHERChildren Welcome in the restaurant at all times or in bar until 7pm, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.
Narrow, Limehouse Basin

The Narrow, formerly known as the Narrow Street, is the first pub opened by Gordon Ramsay Holdings. Constructed by British Waterways between 1905 and 1910, it is set in the historic Limehouse area of London right beside the River Thames. A beautiful Grade II listed building, sympathetically restored to retain it's historic character and original features, it is divided into the bar area and a relaxed eating and dining room. Panelling covers the lower half of the walls, with black and white vintage photography and prints displayed on the upper walls. Original features such as the fireplaces remain intact. Private dining can be arranged in The Captain's Table dining room, which offers a luxurious dining experience for groups of up to 14 people. The manager, Justin Whitehead who previously ran The County Arms in Wandsworth, invites you to enjoy a relaxed drinking / dining experience with the heart of the pub focusing on classic British food and hospitality. Menus are created by John Collin and Mark Sargeant, who focus on using quality seasonal ingredients to produce traditional British favourites such as handmade pork pie with homemade piccalilli and Oxford lamb steaks with portabello mushroom and anchovy butter. Puddings will always be a favourite with recipes continuing the classic British theme such as marmalade pudding with custard. To complement your meal, the Narrow has on a range of drinks which include superb real ales, cocktails and fine wines. You can visit the Narrow homepage at for further details and to view sample menus.