Welcome to the SO! Bar & Restaurant in the Royal Docks.
Having a party, make it a fun night with our karaoke.
* * Definitely ‘ Britain’s Got Talent ‘ * *
QUIZ NIGHT – T.B.A
4 a side – £1 entry. Don’t be late @ 8pm. Winning team takes all!
Private Parties. Venue Hire Available Reasonable Rates.
TV, Films, Advert, Music Videos we are an ideal location. Inside chic and modern outside fabulous views of the Royal Docks. What’s more easy parking. So… Give us a call.
New & Exciting Indian Specialties Menu
Chicken Karahi whole pieces of chicken cooked on the bone with fresh tomatoes and onion shells in a fragrant spice butter sauce
Tandoori Chicken, delicate marinated chicken leg, oven baked and finished on char-grill
‘Kofte’ Spice Mince Lamb Meatballs made in a rich sauce served the traditional way with hard boiled egg, basmati rice and naan bread
Keema Mircha, Spiced Minced Lamb in whole steamed Peppers, very fragrant, Very tasty.
A Menu to suit all tastes
The Royal Victoria Dock is the largest and deepest of the three docks in the Royal Docks. It was opened in 1855 and was the first of the Royal Docks to be developed to accommodate large steam ships. These steam ships brought in cargo and served Millennium Flour Mill, built in 1904.
The dock was badly damaged by German bombing in World War II. From 1960s there was a decline in trade by steam ship due to containerisation into Tilbury. The dock finally closed to commercial traffic in 1980.
The Royal Victoria Dock has been extensively re-developed. It still has some of the listed buildings the historic 19th century K-S , W Warehouse and original cranes around the dock.
International exhibition and convention centre. We are directly opposite the ExCel on the waterfront over the footbridge
The oldest steamship in the world, built in Bow Creek, East London in 1890. She is part of the historic fleet, which is equivalent to Grade I listed building.
Built by Siemens, it is home to the world’s largest exhibition of urban sustainability. Well worth a visit.
Emirates Cable Car
London’s first cable car linking the O2 @ Greenwich Penisula and London ExCel @ Royal Docks. See spectacular views of the city from heights of 90 metres over the River Thames