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Address: 41, Bramley Rd, London, W10 6SZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3242) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Latimer Road (0.1 miles), White City (0.3 miles), Ladbroke Grove (0.5 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensington Olympia (1.2 miles), Kensal Green (1.5 miles), Kensal Rise (1.6 miles)

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Pig and Whistle, Ladbroke Grove (0.1 miles), Kenilworth Castle, Notting Hill (0.1 miles), Favourite, North Kensington (0.3 miles), Clarendon, Ladbroke Grove (0.3 miles), Bull, Shepherds Bush (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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I would go back too the original Name it was know as (The Latimer Arms) for years it was a excellent Old style Pub during the early seventy's which still had a lot of the original fittings a architecture now all lost for good. I used to go there regularly on my way too white City Stadium just round the corner sadly its not the sort of place I would go in now as its too modern & food orientated and not a Real Ale drinkers Pub its OK for a quick pint on passing but its not a pub you could spend all night in.
Alesonly - 25 Dec 2010 16:41
Missing Bob's Goodtime Blues around here - a shame it's gone upmarket, although really given the other pubs nearby there has to be one where you could go without feeling you were going to be smacked one for not being local.

There may not be a station called North Kensington but the W10 / Golborne Road area is generally known as North Kensington. Latimer Road is, well, a road. And a tube station.
rainlight - 23 Nov 2009 07:56
Had a great evening in the spacious garden here. The staff were very pleasant, and while I agree it's pricey this should keep out the riff raff. BTW it is North Kensington.
wrichard - 8 Aug 2008 11:55
One of the major features of this place is a huge garden that you could lose a half dozen oxen in. The pub itself is a fairly typical upmarket boozer in a fairly downmarket area, you know the sort of thing, all wooden floors, stainless steel bars, free newspapers and over the top post ironic decorations. There isn't a hell of a lot of imagination in the choice of beers, well actually there's none to be honest, but if you're not picky and just want to get slowly inebriated on a pint of generic with a non specific chaser whilst a tiny screen shows rugby in the background then go for it. The food is imaginative yet way too pricey, although the well made chunky chips will set you back no more than a couple of quid. The seats are all stolen from a nearby church and along with the tables look like they are all about to collapse in a sudden draft. Agree that the pub does get noisy, and it does draw in the trendy braying west London media types like a wheelbarrow of manure attracts flies. But hey, short of setting up a road block on the Portobello Road and frisking people for laptops, how are you going to keep them out?
agnes_guano - 5 Oct 2007 18:01
Yes, it's a bit pricey, and the food is just OK. But you really can't argue with the massive -- MASSIVE -- beer garden, complete with sofas and many, many mushroom heaters. Summer was made for pubs like this.
alevy - 2 Apr 2007 14:50

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