A charming pub in Kensington, The Queen's Arms brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
Venue Details & Map
The Queen's Arms
30 Queen's Gate MewsSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 5QL
- +44 (0)20 7823 9293
- Public transport:
- Gloucester Road, Underground
First place I visited after a long journey to London; and it was the ideal introduction to London!
Very busy and jovial on a Friday night with almost exclusively locals off work for the weekend. Jam packed, but we were by some miracle able to snag a cozy table.
The interior is warm and rich, very comfortable.
Had some dark copper ales that were some of the best beers I've had in awhile....more
I'm from Texas, a fact I'll only admit when it involves BBQ or Beyonce. We came to the Queen's Arms after a long day walking around Kensington Gardens for a refreshing Pimms Cup, got a little too comfortable, and suddenly needed dinner. I eyed the menu and spotted the brisket burger. Cautiously optimistic, I settled on it, feeling that my ravenous hunger would more than make up for mediocre...more
Lovely pub, close to the V&A, Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, but totally tucked away among quaint mews houses and quiet dead end streets. I don't want to overweight "authenticity" but I really appreciate restaurants & pubs without beer posters and TVs, and I thought The Queen's Arms was particularly atmospheric. Moreover I'm so delighted every time there's a homemade veggie...more
My friend and I visited this pub before we watched Cirque du soleil show in Royal Albert Hall.
We were in a bit of a hurry but the pub was full of people and it took a while to reach the casher to order drink and snacks.
The food came 15 mins later, which was quite quick considered the congestion. We ordered 3 dishes and all of them were tasty and good size to nibble.
The waitors were...more
Those are the first words the bartender said to me when we walked into The Queen's Arms. Instantly I knew we had picked the right place for our first meal in London.
Besides being absolutely and completely charming The Queens Arm's offers up an impressive drink list as well as delicious pub food. Hubs ordered up a local beer and a classic fish/chips dish and devoured it. I...more