An eclectic British pub, County Arms offers a modern British menu, showcasing the best in seasonal produce. Hearty mains and wholesome weekend brunches are bolstered by a menu of old school desserts, while the bar at County Arms offers the stock of real ales Young's pubs have become famous for. Chunky wood tables and a spirit and pump-lined bar make this a popular spot for relaxed and informal all-day dining.
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The County Arms
345 Trinity RoadEarlsfieldLondonSW18 3SH
- +44 (0)20 8874 8532
- Public transport:
- Wandsworth Common, National Railway
The garden. Oh, the garden. It's the most beautifully patio-tastic place to sit and have a drink on a sunny day! Absolutely gobs of seating, lots of big umbrellas to provide a bit of shade, plants everywhere, and attentive service. Located just across from Wandsworth Common as it is, The County Arms is a gem!more
Haven't been here for a while and boy, has it changed. Used to be a regular, but moved away. Went back recently and it has transformed into a super cool place with a serious kitchen. At least I think it's a serious kitchen. The menu looks great and saw some food going out that looked excellent, but when I tried to order, they told me that the kitchen was now closed. Why? Was I too late?...more
Popped in here for a quick pint yesterday afternoon and was very taken with it. The interior is very nicely decorated (muted greens, oak panels etc.) and very spacious. The sort of place that you murmer approval of before you realise you're doing so.
It's a tied house (to Youngs) and so stocks a wide range of their products, both hand pulled and bottled, but also seems to have the freedom...more
My new local pub couldn't be more gorgeous.
A big old pub, it is multi-level, with a stunning modern-asian-inspired dining room, front main lounge, function room, beer garden and street seating. Recently refurbed. Black leather lounges, deep red and dark wood interior and a gorgeous, gorgeous bar. We found ourselves wishing that this was our home!
Situated right on Wandsworth Common,...more
This is a spacious, welcoming and relaxing pub, popular with locals, with a large beer garden that's great in the summer. It used to be a total dive, but it's been transformed into a nicely decorated space, with tea lights on the tables and seagrass on the floor. It's even got a Moroccan boudoir at the back where my husband and I enjoyed a very romantic night on Valentine's Day! The food is...more