The Canbury Arms is an independent gem tucked away in north Kingston between the River Thames and Richmond Park. Since opening in 2005 we have built our reputation on our commitment to serving great food, outstanding wines and superb real ales with service second to none. In recognition of our efforts we are proud to have been awarded several hospitality industry accolades including Best Gastropub in London and the Surrey area in 2011 (Time & Leisure)and in 2012 we were Commended as Best Family Restaurant. Most recently we have won 3rd prize in the National Scotch Egg Challenge and Kingston Business Excellence Awards as Best Business in Kingston 2014!
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The Canbury Arms
49 Canbury Park RoadKingston Upon ThamesKT2 6LQ
- Public transport:
- Kingston, National Railway
This is great example of a fabulous local gastropub. I had the Braised Lamb Shoulder, Spring Greens, Sauté New Potatoes and Jus and my dinner partner had the butternut squash risotto from the specials. Both excellent. My lamb was piled with lamb and could have done with more greens, which is not the worse criticism in the world. We shared a bottle of the delicious NZ Taringi Savvy Blanc....more
This place is amazing. That's all I can say really!!
We've come here on a Wednesday for steak and wine (not sure if the deal is still going and can't remember how much it is - sorry!) and it was delicious.
The pork belly is literally to die for and everything else is delicious too.
It's a little expensive, but totally worth it.
The pub is decorated very nicely, it's a calm atmosphere where...more
First time to this pub, really nice, the staff are very friendly and helpful and accommodating towards my request.
I had organised a family tree function. The size of the Garden room was perfect. Your venue was easy to get too even though I am not familiar with the area. We managed to get parking easily.
Would I go back to this pub again? ''yes''.
I found the venue manager really helpful, he...more
I'd been hearing good things about the Canbury Arms for a while, from several sources. Whenever I passed-by, I noticed that it appeared to be thriving. I finally got around to visiting, recently - twice - both times on a Sunday. It was a tale of two cities though
The first time, on a late-ish Sunday evening, it was pin-droppingly quiet, to such a degree that we moved-on, for a little more...more
This is a very good looking pub, but unfortunately has been gastropubbed into oblivion. All the tables are set up for diners (and often have 'reserved' signs on) and anyone actually wanting to sit and have a drink (god forbid) in the pub is shoved out into the conservatory area at the side.
The one really great thing they do is a wine promotion on Monday nights when they sell bottles at...more