The King's Arms
Time Out says
A beautiful refurbed pub, now run by Wadworth brewery.
The Kings Arms, on the Fulham side of Putney Bridge, has had a chequered history and plenty of reincarnations over the last few decades, but its latest guise is a joy to behold. For its first venture in the capital, Wiltshire brewer Wadworth has embraced its cavernous enclaves, creating a beautifully decorated, well-furnished meeting place that rivals anything else in the area. Unsurprisingly, house beers head a sizeable tap selection and are, as expected, very well kept. Brewery star 6X was malty without being too full on, while the IPA was also eminently drinkable – perhaps one you’d look to for a Sunday afternoon session. It’s not a boozer’s pub, mind – the layout means that there’s little standing at the bar (or, indeed, anywhere) but plenty of space for cosy couples or noisy groups to pull up a seat and convene around a table or two. There’s sport on the TV in the bar and in the outside area – a fantastic open-air find that’s already in the book for summer. Food is available, but stick to the burgers and pizzas – the rest was very hit and miss. In any case, Wadworth’s makeover means a visit is well worth the effort.
425 New Kings Road
|Transport:||Tube: Putney Bridge|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 10am-10.30pm|
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