Time Out says
In operation since 1852, the County Arms is a big, stately lump of a pub, dominating the north end of the Trinity Road dual carriageway. Within it’s mostly winter-cosy mirrors, fireplaces, armchairs and leather sofas, with cut-above gastropub nosh and half a dozen Young’s ales on draught, usually plus a couple of guest handpulls. Out in the refurbished beer garden, there’s now a dedicated barbecue station manned by a young but eager team. Our burger was up to par, but the grilled tuna was a slightly meagre portion for the price. The real attraction is just to be able to sit outside, with the purr of traffic from Trinity Road far enough away (just) to get a little peace. Take note that Wandsworth Prison is just round the corner, in case any of your family, friends, or MP are currently doing time.
345 Trinity Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Wandsworth Common rail or 219 bus|
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-11.30pm Mon-Wed, Sun; 11am-12.30pm Thur-Sat|
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