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The Kings Arms pub offers traditional English and vegetarian food. Three course meals and daily specials are on the menu. Entertainment includes fruit and quiz machines. The Kings Arms is both child-friendly and dog-friendly.

Ranked #1970 of 2091 pubs & bars in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 23:00


12:00 - 22:30

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Kings Arms reviews

By Mike F.

Has to be the worst pub in England. Rude and obnoxious,over priced,no chairs and tables outside as stated. The bar manager,well not a nice person. The so called doormen are annoying and pushing people onto the kerb its almost like travelling the tube at rush hour. Not a place I would recommend even in a desert without water.

Far better places in the market like The Grapes or The Tavern or even better The Field around the corner in Clarges street which has just opened and is a delight to eat drink and have a good evening.

By Knight H.

A proper old time pub in a charming little part of Mayfair.

The Venue
Shepherds Market is a lovely little tucked away world in the heart of Mayfair. Entering from Curzon Street is like entering Diagon Alley in Harry Potter - you pass through a narrow little passage and a whole neighbourhood opens up with restaurants, shops and some proper pubs like the Kings Arms.

The pub is spread over two floors with a bar on each - the queue is likely to be shorter upstairs, so head there. Solid dark beams hold up the ceiling with rippling plastered walls and a row of windows that look down into the square below.

The Atmosphere
The Kings Arms has an unpretentious feel. The staff greet you warmly and can pull a good pint - plus there are enough of them to keep things running along nicely. There is a mixed crowd of older people in suits and younger student types in jeans. Both groups are oblivious to the other. It makes for a warm, open-to-all atmosphere.

The Food
There are appetising and affordable daily specials, plus a full menu with something to cater to all tastes. Prices are very reasonable with nothing over a tenner - great for when there is more month than paycheque left.

The Drink
The Kings Arms has proper pints, including Spitfire and London Pride ale, and Heineken and Stella. Wine drinkers have a decent and well-priced list to choose from with the best bottle under 25 quid. Spirits are in abundance for highball drinkers.

The Last Word
The Kings Arms is a good solid pub in a bang-up location.

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