The Churchill Arms is over 200 years old and has classical and piano music playing in the background. The pub won the 1998 Evening Standard Pub of The Year award. They serve traditional pub food and a choice of Thai food. Catering for private parties of up to 12 guests is available upon request and they also have a bar garden.
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The Churchill Arms
119 Kensington Church Street
- +44 (0)20 7727 4242
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
The Churchill Arms: Pub, 5 stars every time... Thai Restaurant, 3 stars but would return for sure... We have been a few times for the pub side of The Churchill Arms but this visit was our first Thai Restaurant visit. The Pub is just fanatic, quirky, British, fun, a good selection of Ales. Service quick and pleasant, as it has been on previous visits. 5 stars for the pub side... we love...more
I am in love with this place! Very charming classic British pub, with an incredible Thai kitchen in the back!?!? What an amazing, random combination! The Thai food was some of the best I have yet had London. Simple menu, with just enough choices. It also clearly rates the spiciness of each dish with a pepper symbol- and the three
pepper dishes are VERY SPICY!! It was amazing! So many Thai...more
THE prettiest pub I've ever seen! I'm kicking in 2 stars just for the beautiful foliage outside.
We were meeting a friend there for a pint and pub was lively because of the Rugby finals on TV. Unfortunately for us, it was so lively that we weren't able to get a seat or attention from any of the servers for a table.
I was looking forward to having a pint and Thai food but it was not meant to...more
Great thai food in a kitschy and cozy pub in Kensington. The service is great, the food is delicious, and the ambiance is fantastic! What a great spot in London!more
The Churchill is something of a London institution on the pub scene. It's an odd mixture of British, Irish and Thai and yet somehow it works.
As most of the reviews mention, the outside is bedecked by flowers. The inside is equally cluttered with tankards, flags, chamber pots, Winston Churchill paraphernalia and Irish souvenirs. It all adds up to a very quirky environment.