The pub's original structure has been added-to over several centuries, creating a maze of odd little rooms featuring old brick fire places, oak beams, and worn, creaking floorboards. There are several interesting bars, one named after Dr. Johnson, the lexicographer and writer, who drank here regularly. A copy of his dictionary is on display.
The main dining room has wonderful views across the Thames to the City. A first floor balcony and a riverside terrace offer outdoor seating.