10 South East London pubs have been named among a list of the capital's best 50. 

Curated by the Standard, the list looks at pubs "where everyone is treated the same" and can be used for whatever the occasion, from after-work drinks to a Sunday lunch. 

Although there are plenty of lists that focus on pubs and their food, the Standard focused on "drinking pubs", focusing on what's on the drinks menu and what's on tap.

Amongst the top 50, 10 in South East London were lucky enough to make the list, including The Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich and Blythe Hill Tavern.

You can see the full list via The Standard website.

10 pubs in South East London named among best 50 in the capital 

The full list of all the top 10 south east London pubs is as follows:

  • Blythe Hill Tavern (2nd place)
  • Skehans (4th place)
  • The Mayflower (9th place)
  • The Angel (16th place)
  • The Ivy House (20th place)
  • The Royal Oak (23rd place)
  • Prince of Greenwich (29th place)
  • Dartmouth arms (31st place)
  • The Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich (41st place)
  • Jolly Gardeners (46th place)

Winning the highest spot amongst south east London pubs, was the Blythe Hill Tavern in SE6. 

The pub describes itself as a "classic corner pub with wood panelling and banquettes, for choice real ales and draught ciders"

On Tripadvisor, it has a 4.5/5 rating as one local to the pub shares it's the "best in the area", writing: "Very welcoming and friendly authentic unspoilt pub. Best in the area by far! Beer is good too! Would highly recommend it."

The Standard described Blythe Hill Tavern as a "glorious Victorian local but also a pub worth travelling for" adding that they offer a "decent pint of Guinness and a strong selection of lagers and ales."

Also on the list was The Ivy House in SE15, historical London's first co-operative pub, it has draft ales and craft beers. 

With a 4/5 rating on Tripadvisor, one user praised the pub, sharing: "We had a lovely meal ( veg burgers and chips).

"It was very nice, the staff very friendly and helpful, beer choices were great. Great atmosphere."

Victorian riverside pub, The Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich took the 41 spot on the list as the Standard describes the local as "a richly handsome spot for a pint."

One visitor to the pub praised its rich history, writing on Tripadvisor "We enjoyed the food and the vibes in the restaurant. All the staff are amazingly polite and ready to help. I highly recommend to those who visit Greenwich!"