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The Kings Arms, Salford - pub details

Address: 11, Bloom St, Salford, Manchester, M3 6AN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20538) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Salford Central (0.1 miles), Manchester Victoria (0.7 miles), Deansgate (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 34 users)
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user reviews of the Kings Arms, Salford

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Ale was a bit lacking on our latest visit (August). Of the 6 pumps, only one was on. But as we were only staying for one, not a huge issue as it was something we had not tried before - if it had been Doom Bar it would have been a showstopper!

Wishbone Bandit Pale Ale, 3.8%, £3.35 a pint.

Nice pub and would go again.
RealAleRobUK - 5 Oct 2016 15:40
Great pub near the Salford railway station. 6 beers on, Ruby Red was excellent. Bowl of beef stew for under £10 also very good. Think there is a quiz later but 2 more decent pubs within 10 mins walk, so will try those out.
TonyMitch - 20 Apr 2016 19:58
Visited on Saturday evening. Not too packed but busy enough. A good selection at the bar (I think 5 or 6 pumps) and we went for "The Chrous" stout by Hogarths. Was £3.35 for the pint, which I don't think is extortionate.

Was a pleasant pint and an interesting building. Aside from the main bar there is a "snug" room which was marked off as "reserved" at the time of our visit.

Another pub I would be happy to visit again.
RealAleRobUK - 21 Mar 2016 20:32
Nipped in for a pint or 2 a couple of weeks ago on Saturday afternoon having heard of its take over by Mr Heaton the other year & its long standing reputation. Lovely old building,quite busy & had a nice warm,friendly buzz about it without being noisy & packed to the rafters. Good selection of ales & various continental beers offered on the day we were in & music being played was good,whilst enjoyed perusing some of the decorations around the place. Toilets are basic & a little bit pricey but hey,isn't everywhere these days! Can't comment on weather or not its an improvement on its previous incarnation but good to see an nice old pub still thriving in the current climate. I really liked the place & shall definately pop in again when I'm in Salford or Manchester.
newseeker - 12 Mar 2013 18:31
A bohemian music pub hosting regular plays and other events upstairs. Ten changing real ales, in excellent condition. Feels like a friendly community pub. A bit youthful/studendty (featured in the recent ‘Fresh Meat’ TV series), but there were plenty of us older people there when we called. Toilets could do with a bit of a refurb I think.

Our only real criticism was the food. Initially appetising, our veggie cheese burger with homemade onion rings and chips was one of the greasiest meals we've ever had, and we both regretted ordering it only half way through. I think there’s more to cooking than the heavy handed use of a deep fat fryer.

But food excepted, a worthy real ale Salford pub.

Roy22 - 28 Jan 2013 21:26

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