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Kings Head
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Address: 13, Westmoreland St, London, W1G 8PJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3913) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Regent's Park (0.3 miles), Bond Street (0.4 miles), Baker Street (0.4 miles)

Nearest train stations London Marylebone (0.7 miles), London Euston (1.1 miles), London Paddington (1.2 miles)

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This does not feel like a central London pub, but more like a suburban village pub. Inside it is rather cozy, the staff are more than pleasant and as a result the typical customer are pensioner couples sipping gin and tonics politely. I expected the local vicar to arrive at any moment for a half pint of mild. So this is not a pub with alot of action, I imagine it rarely if ever gets busy. But it is an oasis of tranquillity, serving good quality pints of reasonably priced beer for the area.
QueensParker - 7 Oct 2013 02:12
Good pub with a good 'local' feel. I go to a social group which has talks in the upstairs room and so have occasion to be in there at least monthly and I've always found it a cosy and personable place.
benscaro - 26 Aug 2011 17:47
The King's Head is a gem - a friendly, well-run, cosy, unpretentious oasis, yards from the vogueish artifice of Marylebone High Street. The beer (Greene King ) is well-kept. There are quiet, outdoor tables on Westmoreland Street.
SunnyGoodgeStreet - 23 Sep 2010 22:24
Spent nearly three weeks as a resident tourist in the Marylebone district.
We were totally turned off by most of the high street pubs as they were loud, standing room only, happy hour places – stumbled upon Kings Head on a Sunday afternoon and was immediately taken in by the true locals who make Kings Head their pub “home”. Publicans Mel and Cathy have different specialties – his is beer hers is wine. Over the course of my time in the area I became a regular visiting about every other day. Sunday dinner was great (had the roast beef with classic Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings) and met so many wonderful people. If you are looking for a real pub home Kings Head is wonderful. Mel and Cathy have been owners/proprietors for about a year at this time and are truly the heart of the place. If you visit tell them Deborah from Florida says hello, stay late, and ask Mel to play his personal favorites music mix. Don’t forget to take photos of the historic plaque outside…it is funny that the site was the home of John Wesley.

debstar - 26 Aug 2008 23:39
The king's Head has recently been taken over by a new manager with a new chef. The quality of the beer and food has gone up by leaps and bounds. A very warm and friendly pub with lots of laughs and jokes from the landlord. Sunday lunch is a marvel but book early or you will be eating in the bar not the upstairs restaurant, it's that popular. Prices are reasonable with regard to the area and the regulars are quite welcoming. Well worth a visit if you are in the area there is one problem and that is the size of the pub. A small pub with a big heart.
billycoats - 10 Jan 2008 14:00

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