The Old King's Head serves a variety of traditional English dishes. They also provide a range of entertainment including pool tables, and a host of gaming machines. Catering for private parties is available upon request and seating on the terrace area is provided, weather permitting.
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The Old King's Head
45-49 Kings Head YardSouthwarkLondonSE1 1NA
- +44 (0)20 7407 1550
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
It's an OK place, It's off the High St, down an alleyway. Busy but not too busy and a few screens mounted high showing different football matches (at least whilst I was there) which adds to the atmosphere as it offers that bit more viewing. Good choice of beers and normal London prices. It probably needs a décor refresh but it's still OK and has character.more
Pub in a good location showing a lot of sport on the big screens. The pub could do with a bit of a makeover and needs a good clean. The pint was ok but no more and it's not somewhere I'll be rushing back to, especially with so many other options to choose from in the same areamore
This place is so appealing on the outside, that it draws you in. After snapping a few pics of the exterior, my friend and I decided that we'd really be the ultimate tourist dorks if we had pictures of places that we didn't even enter.
So, and excuse to hit another pub - like you need one. This place seemed full of locals, a few tourists, regulars and a very friendly, chatty bartender. She...more
This is a dependable pub and quite a good place to watch the sport with a nice pint of real ale. The pub has clearly been around a while too. It is quite small though and is not really the place to come if you want a quiet drink.more
Fantastic summer pub located in a little paved 'yard' off of the busy and popular Borough High Street.
The distinguishing factor about this pub is the mass of outdoor seating in the beer garden; which incidently is the size of the yard.
This is one of my favourite places to while away summer days, with a crisp g & t. The location means that the crowd is ecclectic; foodies from the local...more