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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Venue Details & Map
The Churchill Arms
119 Kensington Church Street
- +44 (0)20 7727 4242
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
This place is amazing! Atmosphere is very bustling, but definitely enjoyable. The inside of the pub is decorated with flags, pots and pans, flowers, and virtually everything you can imagine. The food itself is delicious authentic Thai, which was a pleasant surprise to us.
I would highly recommend this pub if you are a local, but especially if you are a visitor to the U.K.more
This is one of the best pubs I have been to in London! We were here to watch the England Vs. Slovakia Euo '16 match. So great atmosphere - check!
Churchill Arms is all-out floral on the outside and extremely rustic on the inside. Don't think these guys believe in the middle path!
The flowers outside bring out summer very charmingly. Inside, I love all the trinkets hung from floor to...more
During the last leg of our 2-week vacation in Europe, my family stumbled upon this place on Yelp after craving some good Asian food. We walked it at about 2pm with a group of 11 and were able to be seated in 5 minutes. I have high expectations when it comes to authentic Thai food and WiFi and this place did not disappoint! I ordered a few of my favorites and asked our server (who I think is...more
You have to come here with the right expectations. Most of the bad reviews are not about the food, but about the service. And most of the service reviews are about being told, often more than once, that you have ONE HOUR to eat. So, if that already bothers you, or if getting the bill placed on the table without asking (normal in the U.S., rare in the U.K.) don't go, you won't enjoy it.
No visit to London town would be complete without a stroll through the beautifully quaint neighborhood of Notting Hill. It's here that you'll find one of the most wonderful surprises, a Thai restaurant hidden inside a dimly-lit oasis of flowers and memorabilia housed within a traditional British pub. It is one of the most delightfully odd combinations you'll encounter in the English capital....more