The Churchill Arms is over 200 years old and has classical and piano music playing in the background. The pub won the 1998 Evening Standard Pub of The Year award. They serve traditional pub food and a choice of Thai food. Catering for private parties of up to 12 guests is available upon request and they also have a bar garden.
Venue Details & Map
The Churchill Arms
119 Kensington Church Street
- +44 (0)20 7727 4242
- Public transport:
- Notting Hill Gate, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Churchill Arms
Cutest pub in London and for sure a photo opportunity not to be missed! And if it's Christmas-wait till you see it!
Just down the street from Portobello Market and a great stop after.
Oddly, there is a Thai restaurant in the back which was pretty good!
Of note-across the street is a great bakery to grab that much needed sweet to complement the Thai spicy! more
Beautiful pub near Chelsea in London. Went on one of my many exploration treks when I was visiting the city for my birthday this past August. There is a lot of Churchill memorabilia there. Apparently he spent a lot of time at this pub, writing and sometimes delivering speeches during his time in Parliament as Prime Minister. I loved the atmosphere! The pub seems to serve mostly Fuller's brand,... more
First timer having pad Thai & I have to say I'm very impressed. This place was amazing. I will note that you have to make a reservation in order to get it for they are very busy. You are only allowed to really have a table for an hour, we stayed for around an hour & 30 mins but it was a week day so maybe they only mind on weekends. They also have great rice. Yummy !!! more
The cutest building all covered in plants & flowers. quite funny because it is half pub & half thai restaurant which is such a random mix. We enjoyed both sides! Sat at the pub one day during the rugby Six Nations match & came back the next night for some Thai food for dinner. At the Thai restaurant all the food was really tasty & had a good amount of spice. more
Granted, London is know for its rude people, but there's no one ruder than that old battle axe who runs the Thai restaurant in the back.
"You have one hour. One hour to eat and then you go," is her standard greeting I heard repeated several times while others we being seated. Service was reasonably quick and efficient - the old lady probably starts cutting off digits if they dally too long at... more