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Nags Head
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Address: 53, Kinnerton St, London, SW1X 8ED [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3637) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Knightsbridge (0.2 miles), Hyde Park Corner (0.2 miles), Sloane Square (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations London Victoria (0.8 miles), London Paddington (1.4 miles), London Charing Cross (1.6 miles)

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Bloody Hell indeed! Visited again yesterday on our regular tour and although the beer was always 10p more expensive than elsewhere in the area yesterday took the biscuit! £5.00 for ordinary Adnams! Cough splutter!! Crisps £1.50 and peanuts £1.50. It might not have been quite so bad if it was not for the attitude of the young barperson, very abrupt. We will not be darkening its doors again and I suggest a lot of ex RAF groups who meet there ought to reconsider. Only Oligarchs can frequent here now. A great shame.

wogerthewacer - 2 Feb 2017 11:13
Bloody hell!!! I didn't realise places like this still existed! Walking in is like going back in time 60 or 70 years! Upon entering I ordered a pint of Adnams Lighthouse and went and sat in the downstairs bar (via a very rickety narrow staircase) as all the seats upstairs were taken. Got told off by the landlord for putting my coat on the back of a chair and not hanging it up (yeah welcome to the pub!). After settling into my newspaper it became apparent that the couple seated on the other side of the room were pointing at the fireplace and looking a bit alarmed. I turned round to find a mouse scuttling around on the floor! This mouse was pretty brazen and not shy at all! Finished my pint of perfectly acceptable Lighthouse and onto Adnams Dry-Hopped lager. Re-located back upstairs as seats had become free and I didn't really fancy sharing my pint with the mice! Witnessed another punter being told to leave the pub in no uncertain terms for answering his phone (which was a bit harsh frankly as the guy had obviously never been to the pub before and his phone went off just as he walked in). I did notice the 'no mobile phones' sign and I'm all for not having to listen to other peoples phone conversations but it was a bit over the top frankly. Towards the end of my visit the place was swamped with a bunch of suits who were extremely loud and obviously a bit the worse for wear. As regards the beer only Adnams seemed to be available on draught which I found surprising as I was under the impression this was a free house. Both pints I had were perfectly acceptable but nothing special. Am I glad places like this still exist? Yes. Will I be hurrying back any time soon? No.
undeaded - 16 Dec 2015 15:03
Hasn't changed much since I first set foot in here 25 years ago. A very idiosyncratic landlord which gives the place real character. If you ask for chips with your food be prepared for a torrent of abuse. No mobiles allowed but I've never seen anyone using one inside the pub. Be warned it is a small pub. Highly recommended.
WaitorseBoyz - 3 Feb 2015 11:50
Got to this pub before noon on a Monday, and as usual I was the only customer. Had an excellent pint of Adnam's and a fascinating chat with the landlord, who was nursing a hangover from Sunday's exertions, which included horse racing & lots of drink. Marvellous old pub, lovely bloke. Amongst other things, I learnt he was a keen skier. We were joined by his previous day's drinking mate, a local gentleman with impeccable manners. Not sure of the no mobile rule, as the local bloke hopped on his smart phone to check something, with no reaction from the publican. Maybe its just talking on phones which is banned?
Queenslander - 4 Nov 2014 22:35
Excellent small pub in a very posh mews.Full of bric a brac and militaria.Staff friendly and good at their job.had a pint of Adnams Bitter which was nothing short of perfection.A quality pint.Plan to return witha few mates and sink a few more,Great pub

tottenhamsean - 22 May 2014 17:27

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