The great British pub is celebrated by Brits all over the country, and by tourists from all over the world.

And south east London boasts some of the best pubs in the capital.

But which of these boozers come out on top? News Shopper has found the top 10 watering holes in Greenwich, according to TripAdvisor reviews.

Is your favourite on the list? Let us know in the comments.

1)The Prince of Greenwich Museum Pub, 72 Royal Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8RT

Ranked the top out of many pubs in Greenwich, this gem is known for its Italian dishes and live music.

Reviews hail its authentic food and friendly staff, as well as a great atmosphere

2)The Plume of Feathers, 19 Park Vista | Greenwich, London SE10 9LZ, England

Hidden just at the back of Greenwich Park, this little tavern is popular with locals and visitors.

Its beer garden (with a resident cat!) is popular with customers, and its location is pretty special too.

Situated right next to the Meridian line, this pub is a prime selfie spot.

3)Kings Arms, Greenwich London SE10 9JH King William Walk, London SE10 9JH, England

This boozer is popular with tourists looking to refuel before a long afternoon of sightseeing in the area.

Reviewers praise its dishes for good quality and reasonable prices. One customer says the pub’s toasties are “huge, filling and extremely tasty” – can’t argue with that.

4)Greenwich Union, 56 Royal Hill, London SE10 8RT, England

According to reviewers, this pub leaves customers of all ages satisfied – from grandparents to grandchildren.

Their menu is popular and the food is described as “delicious.” They even put on a special themed menu for the world cup.

5)The Gipsy Moth, 60 Greenwich Church Street, London SE10 9BL, England

The location of this old favourite makes it a great location for a pint – overlooking the grand Cutty Sark.

With a cosy interior and a good-sized beer garden, customers have plenty of reason to come back for more.

In particular, reviewers love the beer selection and “great food” on offer.

6)Slug and Lettuce, O2 Arena

Perhaps more of a pre or post-concert boozer, the Slug and Lettuce has made the top 10 because of its “delicious” food and “superb” serving staff.

Reviewers praise breakfast as well as dinner in this chain pub, as well as the good prices and quick service.

7)The Old Brewery, The Pepys Building, The Old Royal Naval College, London SE10 9LW, England

Backing onto Greenwich’s Maritime Museum, this converted cafeteria is now a popular venue with tourists and locals to sit back and enjoy a pint and some food.

As a summer venue, its enormous beer garden, situated right in the middle of the naval college, seats hundreds of customers.

Reviewers describe the staff as “lovely and cheerful” while the pub itself is a “respite” from the hustle and bustle of the area.

Its Sunday roasts sound fairly popular with customers too.

8)Pelton Arms, 23-25 Pelton Road, London SE10 9PQ, England

The location of this pub is described as a bit quieter but at a fairly equal distance between the O2 Arena and the centre of Greenwich.

It also offers hotel rooms for people who can’t quite stumble home at closing time – or more likely, for people who have booked in advance.

Customers praise its live music and the “great food at reasonable prices.”

9)The Cutty Sark, 4-6 Ballast Quay, London SE10 9PD, England

This little tavern is cosy on the inside but offers benches right on the Thames for people who want to take in some fresh air.

The food is popular with reviewers, with one particular customer raving about the boozer’s cod and chips

10)All Bar One, O2 Arena

Another concert venue but it proves popular with customers. Lots of its reviewers are returning customers who praise the good service and food.

Customers also hail the “reasonable prices” for food and drink.