The Larrik, Putney Bridge - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 712) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music (Sunday nights), Big screen
- Outside seating
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Temperance, Putney Bridge (0.0 miles), Golden Lion, Putney Bridge (0.0 miles), Eight Bells, Putney Bridge (0.1 miles), Zulus, Putney Bridge (0.1 miles), Walkabout, Putney (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|pop in here now and then, it's normally good enough for a few jars and maybe catch a game or the live music but last time I was there the place reeked of vomit - truly rank and runied what would have otherwise been a pleasant stay|
Wookiee - 20 Sep 2011 14:19
|This place is rubbish. The staff could not possibly care any less, their cask beer is flat vinegar and the rest is all overpriced. I could not fathom for the life of me why this place had more people in it than the Temperance across the road, which is a far more civilised venue, with better beer at a better price, and much better staff. |
SamBebb99 - 10 Oct 2010 16:29
|I've just been reading the old reviews on here. This place is now called The Kings Arms and my girlfriend and i went on boat race Saturday. The bar was packed and the place had a really fun atmosphere. There was a hog roast happening in the back courtyard which was really good value and the bar staff were pretty quick on drinks. The only downside was the screen was hard to watch the race on because of the glare from outside. |
DavidGAdnerson - 12 Apr 2010 10:21
|The Larrik was great when it first opened but after the honeymoon period it started to go steadily down hill and any hope that it may have gotten better has been dashed. What a waste of a lovely site. Didn't try the food but what I saw on another table didn't entice me, and those change plates are pretentious and like a formal way of begging.|
Not returning till it changes hands again.
Jeff2425 - 18 Apr 2009 16:20
|Dear lolwood32 ,|
the excited new barman on 'opening day' misinformed you, we will indeed be showing the rugby.
Change served on a dish is commonplace as a means for getting change to customers faster. Rather than an interrupt a customer who is chatting, or placing it on the bar top we use a tray. It is not to meant to upset customers, our apologies.
thebishop - 15 Apr 2009 09:50
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