This 19th-century, Grade II-listed pub, previously the King of Prussia, is known by locals today as the King Eddie. As you can imagine, it’s the warm atmosphere, delicious beer and memorable interior that have earned this fond nickname. Beer is a focus here, with draught options including Deuchars IPA, Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Hopback Summer Lightning. In addition to the quality drink on offer, the King Eddie offers up gastropub grub for hungry guests.
Venue Details & Map
King Edward VII
47 BroadwayLondonE15 4BQ
- +44 (0)20 8534 2313
- Public transport:
- Stratford, Underground
Top 5 reviews of King Edward VII
Excellent local pub.
Gives the vibe of olde wordly without being too much up it's own ass.
Essentially, come here if you'd like a pint and some decent food, with a fab cross -section of interesting locals in between . Fish and chips are a very good choice, and I am ecstastic to report that the veggie burger tastes like it was made locally and is tasty. Chips here are damn crispy and... more
Good value pub grub, lots of seating. Very nice helpful staff and 4 minutes walk to Stratford Picture House. more
I only give it 3 stars because all in all it's a bit disappointing on all grounds. It's a typical British pub with all that comes with that. The food is okay but really nothing more than that. The main problem I find is that the food can be very expensive for the quality and the same goes for drinks. Drinks are more often than not overpriced considering the pub is not located in central... more
This pub is typical British, inside out !
We came for a drink or two on a Friday afternoon and we found a nice seating area at the front of the pub. We sat in a corner by the window. The staff was nice and funny. Music played was as expected (big hits). Really laid back ambiance. It is actually huge when you discover the back of the pub. They also have a small outdoor area for smokers with... more
There's only one nice pub in Stratford and, ladies and gents, this is it.
By nice I mean it's got a light, airy, welcoming feel from the outside in, is traditionally olde worlde without being 'old man', and is somewhere you might take your mum for lunch. The wood-panelled main bar never seems to be too crowded, whilst the steps to the left of the bar lead to a much larger seating area at the... more