The Kings Arms, Waterloo - pub details
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|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
|An old favourite and a blessing given the paucity of decent areas within striking distance of Waterloo station although The Cut, from memory, does house a couple. I was pleased to see the tasty Thai food still in evidencw ehile the ale selection was flawless beyond the high prices for the Notting Hill ales (the barmaid did warn us). The only drawback is that it is crowded - horrendous on a Friday night and not a whole lot better on a Saturday. Still a must-visit pub though.|
BoehmBawerk - 29 Jan 2014 06:45
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