News Shopper readers, your expertise of pubs is second to none.

It seems you have chosen a classic English pub with real ales and beer-battered fish as your favourite in Greenwich.

Our winner, which is now unofficially crowned the best Greenwich pub, has a rich 19th century history and original architectural features.

We asked and you voted, here is the pub you have chosen as your favourite in Greenwich:

*Drum roll*

*Sharp intake of breath*

…The Spanish Galleon!

The manager, Sam O’Riordan, was very busy when we phoned, and we could hear the cheerful hubbub of punters in the background, but he said: “That’s fantastic news. All I can say is thank you to all the people that voted for us.

“We’re a lovely community pub, it’s brilliant that an old English boozer is appreciated.”

The Spanish Galleon, in Greenwich Church Street, received 22 per cent of all votes, a very comfortable lead.

Commiserations to the two pubs in second and third place: The Greenwich Union, with 11 per cent, and The Yacht, with 10 per cent.

The full list of pubs were:

The Spanish Galleon (22 per cent)

The Greenwich Union (11 per cent)

The Yacht (10 per cent)

The Mitre (8 per cent)

The Gypsy Moth (7 per cent)

The Kings Arms (7 per cent)

Richard I (7 per cent)

The Lost Hour (6 per cent)

The Gate Clock (6 per cent)

Ye Olde Rose and Crown (4 per cent)

The Morden Arms (3 per cent)

Greenwich Tavern (3 per cent)

Davy’s Wine Vaults (3 per cent)

The North Pole (1 per cent)

The Prince of Greenwich (1 per cent)

These numbers are correct as of Sunday March 11, 2018. There were 139 votes in total.