The Anglesea Arms is a traditional pub dating back to the 18th century. Located on Selwood Terrace, once home to Charles Dickens, this was the famous writer's local.
With a reputation for excellent food and drink, you can enjoy excellent service in the pub's restaurant or dine al fresco on its large outdoor terrace.
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Venue Details & Map
15 Selwood TerraceSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 3QG
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
Upon arriving in London, our first order of business was to do the most tourist-y thing possible: hit a pub for fish and chips and pints of beer! A search of nearby businesses brought us to Anglesea Arms, a top notch spot for British fare.
My order of fish and chips was enormous and exactly what I wanted, but I have to admit that my husband's pot pie was even better. I'd strongly suggest...more
full of italians
tables also outside
it is on a very quiet road so you can also stand outside , not in the crowdmore
This is an excellent pub in South Kensington, a little off the beaten path (and the better for it). It is part of the Metropolitan Pub Company, but unlike the countless Taylor Walker, Nicholson's, or JD Wetherspoon pubs in London, it doesn't offer a streamlined, "seen one, seen them all" experience. And if you suspect that because of its genuine atmosphere and more individual food menu it is...more
My dad and brother were visiting from abroad and had both never tried Sunday Roast nor Fish & Chips. I wanted to find a particularly good gastro pub so that they would get a memorable first impression. The Anglesea Arms came up as one of the Top Ten Sunday Lunch locations on Londonist. I trusted this review and confidently made a reservation. The pub has a nice traditional dining room but I...more
The best bar. If I lived anywhere near here, this would be my frequent jam.
The bar tenders were always nice and there were always tons of people. I love how in London you can just flood out into the streets and drink your delicious bevy.
Age range seemed to be 20-30s crowd.
only two complaints: closes early, and bathrooms are a bit sketch.more