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The Queens Arms, Pimlico - pub details

Queens Arms
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Address: 11 Warwick Way, Pimlico, London, SW1V 1QT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33309) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Pimlico (0.4 miles), Victoria (0.4 miles), St James's Park (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.3 miles), Vauxhall (0.9 miles), Battersea Park (1.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 16 users)
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user reviews of the Queens Arms, Pimlico

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5 most recent reviews of 14 shown - see all reviews

A flying Wednesday night visit with a few work colleagues for a couple of pints.

I have been here before in June 2014 and no-one has reviewed since that visit of my mine.

I still like this pub, it was very busy with all seats inside and out on the benches taken. The punters were a mix of after work, pre theatre, groups and couples.
4 ales across the 5 hand pumps, I had 2 pints of the very good Truman's Rio Gold @ 4.2%. Unsure of the cost as I didn’t buy a drink while I was here, but it’s probably around the £4.00 mark per pint.

Decent pub that deserves more reviews on this site.
lezford - 9 Oct 2016 19:21
My 1st ever visit to this place was late afternoon on a Saturday a few weeks back.

Trendy with food being rather prominent, there are lots of eclectic tables & chairs so seating is not a problem. The bar staff are friendly and attentive.

3 ales on hand pumps, my choice of Cottage Brewing Wessex Red @ 4% was very good, so good I had a couple of pints. They also have a good American beer selection in the fridges, I’ll work my way through these on my next visit.

All in all this pub was a nice surprise for me as it wasn’t on my list for the day. Good location, busy with a steady crowd, friendly staff, reasonably priced for the area…so get yourself down here and have a few beers in the area I doubt you’ll be disappointed.
lezford - 11 Jun 2014 13:56
I went to this pub in search of Cotswold Lager which the Cotswold brewery site suggested I would find here. The lager wasn't on, but I had a very nice, although pricey, pint of Cotswold Wheat Beer at 4.65.

This pub clearly goes for food customers. It was before 6pm, but most tables were either full or reserved and there is limited space to stand and just have a drink. Occupying the bar is discouraged and there really isn't anywhere else.

If you want to eat this might be somewhere to go, but despite having a good drinks selection it isn't really welcoming if you just want a drink and a chinwag with friends.
alexw123 - 13 Aug 2010 14:11
Had a beer or three last friday and found it surprisingly good, as I don't usually do Gastropubs. Mixture of clientel which seemed to work quite well. I will return, haven't tried the food yet. Found the staff welcoming and helpful.
thaiscubadiver - 24 May 2010 12:19
Looked in here today all tables set for diners; no stools at the bar; didnt see any ale pumps, but one or two might have been hiding behind those obtrusive lager fonts. So, even more than a gastro-pub in my opinion its a restaurant. The only thing pub-like about it is its name.
RexRattus - 30 Dec 2009 16:36

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