The Kings Arms, Waterloo - pub details
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|Wonderful old pub, one that I have meaning to visit for years as it is highly recommended on this site & some others. Very quiet early on a damp Sunday, I had a pint of Southwolds something or other, 3.70, and pretty good for the first of the day. Friendly young lady serving, another bloke hovering & activity out the back so I expect they have a hefty Sunday lunch crowd. Probably not a tourist pub but it should be as it is the real deal.|
Queenslander - 31 Aug 2014 22:47
|Another visit to this cracking pub that is quickly becoming one of my favs in London.|
A good selection of ales on, on Saturday evening but I was only interested in Clarkshaws Phoenix Rising @ 4.0%....the reason I came to the Kings and the beer did not disappoint.
Busy with a good mixed crowd, a group of chaps all dressed as Old English Gentleman, the usual selection of guest beers which included an interesting Chilli Porter. I didn’t taste it but have it on good authority that it was very good.
Not much more to say about this little gem…if you haven’t been already then make a bee line for the Kings Arms
lezford - 7 Jul 2014 14:02
|Excellent pub with good selection of ales. Used to be my regular but the prices have risen that bit too high for me so now go elsewhere.|
siouxjimmy - 16 Apr 2014 10:24
|A charming down to earth street corner pub near Waterloo without pretention. The Adnams was very good and the service was decent. |
You can sit here and discuss the merits of Shane Ritchie's second album without any hipsters sneering at you.
terenced - 31 Mar 2014 09:16
|Another pub that retains its original character and has a good range of mainly small brewery beers. My pint of Dark Star Festival was good, but then it should be for £4.50! At those prices the Landlord should be able to invest in some training for the mainly young bar staff who, from observation during my visit, don't quite understand what a full or even 95% full pint looks like; amazingly very few of the customers asked for a top up!|
Islander - 14 Feb 2014 19:05
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