Craft uses British produce sourced from trusted farmers and suppliers from across the country. It roasts its own coffee, smokes its own fish, cures meats, ferments vegetables, keeps bees and grows vegetables on the Greenwich Peninsula Jetty.
The restaurant offers an ever-changing, seasonal menu of snacks, starters, mains and desserts. Vegetables, fish and meats are cooked over a custom-built wood fire and breads are made using a tandoor oven. Dishes include fresh heritage tomato salad, egg-yolk tagliorini with crab, Norfolk black chicken with broad beans and peas, T-Bone steak for two and a Craft London burger with house pickles.
An extensive wine list balances well-known varieties with small-scale, organic wine producers from across Europe.
Craft also hosts an upstairs cocktail bar offering views across London and a café serving all-day brunch and sourdough pizzas.
Craft London Dexter burger and a drink for £20 per person
From a set menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 24 June 2019
Ends: 24 July 2019
Availability: Thu-Sat 17:30-21:30
See availability for 1,000 point tables
Thu 5:30PM - 7:00PM 9:00PM - 9:30PM
Fri 5:30PM - 6:45PM
Great bar for after the O2. Well be back for this.
We ate before which was all a bit rushed due to drama in the kitchen. Was nice that they didn’t add service to the bill and gave us a bottle of wine for free.
Food was way overpriced although good quality. Chicken on toast with ricotta would have been a nice lunchtime snack but at £21 for dinner I’d expect a lot more. Adding a big pile of strange leaves to a burger and chips is pretentious.
We came on a Saturday evening for the 4 course tasting menu. On arrival the restaurant was rather quiet, not what we expected for a Saturday evening. Service was average at best if not a little too direct at times. We've had tasting menus in many other restaurants before and this one was a bit dissapointing to be honest. It was filling, just felt like they were trying too hard to be on food trend, but didn't quite pull it off in our opinion.
Not so hidden gem! Excellent place to visit - we went before a show at the O2 but will definitely return. Excellent food and wines, cool upstairs bar and not pricey either. Will go back
Empty restaurant, so sat by window. Offered wrong wine, but soon changed, edpensice though! Limited and unusual menu. Tasty food, but very small portions
Restaurant was closed when we arrived for our confirmed booking.
An excellent place to eat before an event at the O2, where everywhere else is part of a chain. Excellent food and friendly service at a fair price, and you can hold a conversation too!
Only comment is that although we informed them that we were gluten free, they offer us bread twice. Otherwise friendly staff, happy to talk about the food and drinks.
Great seasonal tasting menu, we both really enjoyed every course. Only negative was that the restaurant was a little on the quiet side for a Friday evening (bar was much more lively though)
Fabulous meal last week before going to the O2 to see Years and Years. Thoroughly recommend as food was top notch, service attentive and good value delicious food.
The waitresses was ok, i kept asking gor the drinks to be filled up even though i was told someone would be there to serve, so ended up serving the drink myself because i got tired of calling the wait, but the wait for the food was so long i ended up not eating at my baby shower, my friends were kind of upset as well but i think the drinks made them feel ok lol..
Over priced and very small portions. Most of the menu had substitutions as they had run out of ingredients. I feel it is trying too hard and it is a big disappointment. Our waiters were very understanding and apologetic. It is not too often I get home hungry after an expensive meal. There are much better restaurants locally.
Nice views, ambiance and wine as always. Good food but the portions are minuscule and we had to add a cheese course to feel full. Can't understand why they are so stingy with the amount of food.
We visited Craft before an event at the O2. It was such a good choice. The best meal we’ve ever had at the O2. Beautiful food, we had the 3 courses for £25 offer. Service was spot-on with friendly staff looking after our every need. I would highly recommend and will definitely return.
The food was outstanding. As a party of 7 eating a la carte (one pregnant, one vegetarian and gluten free), we covered most of the menu. I think everyone thought every dish at least very good and often delicious. (I had IPA cured trout, lamb saddle with fava beans and spring greens with smoked garlic yogurt, then chocolate mousse with coffee cake: all excellent). The portions are small. We are talking nouvelle cuisine, art on plates. The wine list is unusual and expensive. Our party included two winos, who knew the trade price of these less usual wines. Very good producers, but significantly marked up (unless bought badly!) That said, the sommelier was excellent - passionate and knew his stuff - introducing us to a rare Pineau D'Aunis. He also danced around the table, often singing, which was understandable given the volume of the music. Craft is a cool space, it has a cocktail bar on the floor above with glass walls overlooking the 02. But even the restaurant feels like a night club, with its bold blues, glass, slate and metal. So was this a foodie experience in an unusual space, or my best ever meal in a night club?
Lovely food lovely place
Yes the food looks good in the picture but it taste even better! Had a really great time.
Food was good but service was slow and clunky. Not a fan of the space - ambiance was a bit flat.
Fabulous food, the staff were all very knowledgeable and the selection of drinks were also very good.
The menus are local and seasonal and packed full of flavour and texture.
I would highly recommend this place and will be back time and time again.
We were going to a show at the O2 but still wanted a great dinner. We booked via open table last minute and the staff got us a great meal and cocktails with time to spare.
Food was nice enough but portion sizes were way too small for the price.
Lemon Meringue Desert portion for £5 was 2 spoon fulls lol ! Wouldn’t recommend if you do t eat like a bird 🐦
Hidden gem, service great. Friendly staffs.
Love this place - amazing decor with Tom Dixon written all over it. Had the tasting menu - well priced with decent wine pairing. Their mocktail were good too. Food were generally excellent - but could be further developed (e.g. the amuse bouche were a bit simple; dessert was basically a giant meringue which was nice but too sweet). Would definitely come back again though - it is one of the few fine dining restaurants around Greenwich / newham area
Really enjoyed our dinner at Craft. Have been meaning to go for a while and the snacks and mains we ordered were very good. The wine list and service was good as well. Only unusual thing was how quiet the restaurant was on a Wednesday night.
Great pizzas however being called craft you should work on your tap selections!
We used Craft London as pre gig meal for the O2. Service needed to be quick as we were tight on time.... and it was. Food was good, choice was a bit small.
A really enjoyable evening, starting in the fantastic roof bar for cocktails followed by the set menu. The menu offered a good selection and the food was very tasty.
We will be going again.
We enjoyed our meal immensely, we arrived after a concert and were the last seating but were treated as though we were an early reservation. Recommendations were good, food and wine were both exceptional. Service was excellent. We all said we look forward to going back.
Had dinner before concert and the service was really good. Food fantastic too.
Exceptional in every way. Will definitely return and would recommend anyone to try it.
Very good food before going to a concert
Had not been for a while but still as good as ever
Excellent food and service! Can’t fault it! Will definitely go again when in the area!
I booked a pre event meal at Craft for eight the service was very good the meals very British traditional with a twist, tandoori pigeon for example, grouse, venison and beef being examples the meat selection, whilst not a veggie I would suggest this is s good place for veggies to eat.
The eight of us we generally agreed an unusual selection that we will give another go!
Absolutely superb service from start to finish.
Personal, intimate, yet informal and relaxed, Craft was simply an experience not to be missed. Will be returning 👍
Great food and great service. Best meal out in ages
Excellent dining experience here. Locally sourced food and thoughtfully presented. Killer cocktails and conscientious but unrushed service made the whole experience very enjoyable
Good inspired food delivered friendly and efficiently.
Second visit, this time on a Friday. We had a cocktail in the upstairs bar - which was supposed to be on the house but appeared on the bill and was with apologies removed at our request. The restaurant was extremely quiet for a Friday night. We took the short market menu (£35 each). The mise en bouche was exquisite and the starter of chicken liver parfait very good, beautifully presented and made with skill and some original touches in the accompanying garnishes. I took the vegetarian option and did not much enjoy the gloopy porridge of oatmeal and various small pieces of vegetable - the amount of food presented was very small indeed (the waiter had twice suggested that we might want to order some side dishes, not included in the menu but we declined). My partner had a steak which was a bit on the chewy side though the flavour was good, the Jerusalem artichokes were interestingly burnt. The pudding was disappointing (soggy carrot cake with a scoop of ice cream might describe it).
I took the suggested wines (£30). A glass of mead said to have been made with honey from their hives was an unexpected rince bouche. I had a small glass of Austrian eiswein which was phenomenal but proved difficult to follow with a less small glass of Pinot Grigio and then a sweet wine supposed to be akin to vin jaune, but nothing like it and very sweet almost syrupy.
Good wasn't great , meat was tough and portions small
I found Craft London on one of Open Table's offers and booked a table intending to have the set menu special. Upon reading reviews, it was compelled to pre-book the clay baked duck which has a notice period of 3 days. It was sensational and the definite highlight of the meal, from the presentation to the perfectly cooked meat. The other dishes were also good especially the purple broccoli with bacon. Service was great and al in all, an excellent afternoon was enjoyed by all.
Really enjoyed the food. The service was excellent and the staff ensured that we enjoyed every part of our meal. Really impressed and will definitely come back.