About Anglesea Arms

The Anglesea Arms is found on Selwood Terrace in South Kensington, where Charles Dickens once resided at no. 11. The site was originally a market garden and nursery dating back to 1712. A beautiful traditional pub that feels older than it looks with warranted reputation for its excellent food and drink offering...

There is a large terrace out the front of the pub, and a few tables down the side of the pub, where you can eat from both menus and enjoy the sun (if there is any).

Prices and Opening Times

£26 to £40

Venue Details & Map

35 Wingate Road
W6 0UR
Public transport:
Ravenscourt Park, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 17 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Anglesea Arms

4.0 out of 5 17 August 2014
by Ben W.

The Anglesea is back!!!

Where's it been I hear you ask? Well maybe you aren't asking but the Brackenbury Village locals have been up in arms since it closed suddenly, this absolute stalwart, one of the original London Gastro pubs.

Well, it went, briefly, and the rumours were rife. They were renovating, then they were bankrupt, then they were being had up for trying to assassinate the queen....more

4.0 out of 5 9 March 2011
by Felix D.

Gastro pub par excellence!

All about the food here, Great Kitchen and good selection of wines.

a few outdoor tables, sofa near the fire place!

Been here a few times and I'm never sorry to part with my cash.more

4.0 out of 5 5 August 2009
by chewie33

Apparently it's glory days were a few years ago as one of the first gastropub in West London. From the dinner I had a few nights ago, the new chef is doing a pretty good job at restoring its standing. I had the Colchester oysters, fresh and served with shallots vinegar, and the duck breast cooked to perfection with beetroot, artichokes and mash. Great fare for maybe a little too big a...more

3.0 out of 5 23 December 2008
by Robin W.

Good gastro in the semi affluent area of Brackenbury Village that attracts a young and trendy crowd as well as a few other the older set who are still trying. Very much a pub of two halves with a restaurant area that serves very good if not quite expensive food and then the other half which is pub with a goodish space outside with seating which is also heated.

It is quite remote in terms of...more

5.0 out of 5 15 November 2008
by Catherine H.

Located smack in the middle of a relatively posh West London residential area, this pub offers a good selection of upmarket beers, drink, and especially food.

The most alluring thing about this pub is the food. I have often passed in front of the pub and inhaled the most wonderful aromas that seep through the kitchen windows. I must admit that I have sometimes even lingered outside the...more

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