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.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
15 Selwood TerraceLondonSW7 3QG
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Anglesea Arms
There's a good chance there will be dozens of people spilling into the street when you arrive. If you push through indoors you might find a seat or at least a place to stand and order a drink. If you'd like a quiet pub, this is not for you. If you like a lively atmosphere or want to enjoy a pint outdoors, you'll have a good time. more
After a day of touring London, we were famished and wanted fish and chips from a local pub. Did a query on Yelp and was provided with a suitable list of nearby pubs. Confirmed with our hotel concierge, we set foot for The Anglesea Arms. When we got there, there were about 100 lads and lasses outside enjoying pints and conversation. Thought we would have to settle elsewhere for our grub. We... more
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
Enjoyed a lovely meal in the dining room recently. Delicious fish and chips with mushy peas. A cheesy crab starter was delightful. My companion had the burger which he said was very tasty. All enjoyed with a bottle of their house red wine from Portugal. Too full for dessert! more
Alright atmosphere and good beers, but the service was horrible. The bartenders were super unfriendly and it was obvious that my friends and I were treated differently because we are American (I live in London, and this was my first time experiencing this). It's a fun place to go on a Friday or Saturday night, but there are tons of other pubs/bars around London that provide a good atmosphere... more