The Willoughby Arms, Kingston Upon Thames - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 753) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night, Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (1), Dartboard, Fruit machines
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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|Rough round the edges back street corner local serving decent ales. Very much an old school local working class boozer.|
Snarling_Mallard - 6 Mar 2016 10:45
|Like I said in April, if you don't suppport the festivals they will stop. No more festivals planned, St.George's day planned to have themed beers through pumps only.|
Still best pub in Kingston!
pwilkins - 12 Nov 2015 13:28
|With the rain lashing down in droves me and a pal walked from Kingston station to the Willoughby Arms on bank holiday Monday for a few beers, it was also a tick for me from the 2015 GBG.|
A decent sized corner plot pub that has 2 very distinctive areas for drinking. The front bar (as you enter from Willoughby Road) is a traditional bar with carpet, bench seats and small wooden tables. The bar is a u shape with the other side of the bar being more of a sport’s bar. The area has stripped floorboards, high tables and stools, a quantity of framed and signed football shirts, lots of movie memorabilia, a couple of dartboards and a pool table.
On the bar are 7 hand pumps that on my visit had 7 different ales on them. I had several pints of Weltons William Webb Ellis @ 3.5% with each pint being extremely drinkable.
The rest of our football group arrived and we ended staying for several hours before the match.
The landlord is a friendly chap (the large Alsatian not so friendly to some punters!), the ale is good, the atmosphere was friendly and toilets were clean. All in all the Willoughby is a very good back street boozer.
Well worth a visit in my opinion.
lezford - 9 Oct 2015 10:27
|Tucked away on a back street but not far from the train station. A good find. Nice garden and very friendly dog that likes to play. The barman was friendly too - specifically coming out to the garden to let us know when a beer came back on.|
Trev - 27 Jun 2015 12:33
|Another fantastic beer festival. Really deserves to be much better supported.|
pwilkins - 28 Apr 2015 12:19
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