Warwick Arms Pub

When we first started exploring our new neighborhood in London we decided to walk down a random street.  Neither one of us knew where it would take us.  I believe this is one of the best ways to find hidden gems.  And on that day I was not disappointed.  The road led us to a pub called Warwick Arms.  We had only been in our new flat for a couple of weeks and we had visited many of the pubs near us.  Most of them were decent, good food and service, but lacking a quality both of us appreciates.  They weren’t cozy.

Warwick Arms is a traditional English pub.  The owner lives above it and on most days he is sitting at the bar conversing with the patrons.  The staff is friendly.  The regulars are entertaining and welcoming.  And on a cold day, they have fires going and if you are lucky, you can sit in a comfortable leather chair by one of the fires and enjoy a beer and read a good book.  Life doesn’t get much better for me.

Also, their menu is fantastic.  They serve traditional pub food, but they also have a wonderful Indian menu.  On Fridays, they have an Indian buffet from 12 pm-3 pm.  I will warn you that the buffet is popular so getting a table can be tricky.  On Sundays they have a carvery, usually with the choice of two meats, roasted veggies, and Yorkshire pudding.  Since this pub is close to us I’ve been able to sample many of their different meals and I’ve enjoyed all of them.

Not only is the food good, but the atmosphere is fun.  The walls and ceilings are adorned with all types of objects, from sewing machines to pots.  They serve several Fuller brews for beer lovers.  If you are in the area, I would recommend this pub.  I give it 4.5 stars out of 5.

About TBM

TB Markinson is an American living in England. When she isn’t writing, she’s traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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39 Responses to Warwick Arms Pub

  1. Roly says:

    Sounds cozy and friendly

  2. Madhu says:

    Love the second shot of the winged chair and utensils against the brick wall. Lovely!

  3. Looks and sounds wonderful. I’m taking notes for my next trip to London. 🙂

  4. fgassette says:

    Very cozy looking place. Love the wing back leather chair.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

  5. This place was one Gordon Ramsey’s Kitchen Nightmares a few years back!

  6. It looks and sounds very cozy and inviting. I love a good pub. Of course we don’t have many here. But one day I will return to London and maybe head there!!! 🙂

  7. Face says:

    I’ve seen this before! A professor was there last week and couldn’t stop talking about it. Now if only I could sit in an English Pub and enjoy my beer. 🙂

  8. zelmare says:

    Looks like the perfect place to sit and chill with friends for hours… 🙂

  9. Fergiemoto says:

    Cool! Looks like a cozy place. One more to add to the pub list!! Yay!

  10. pattisj says:

    I’d be so busy taking in the adornments, I might forget to eat. 🙂

  11. I could definitely sit for a pint (or two) in that big red chair!
    anne

  12. lynnsbooks says:

    That red chair would be my haunt! Book, glass of wine, fireside – what more can you possibly want? I suppose I could socialise!!
    Lynn 😀

  13. niasunset says:

    I loved the ambience… I miss pubs… I loved the photographs, especially first one and second… wonderful leather arm chair… Thank you dear TBM, have a nice weekend, love, nia

  14. Colline says:

    I like the old world setting of the pub.

    • TBM says:

      It is fun to sit there and to imagine Dickens or others visiting. Not sure if Dickens did visit, but I like to think that he did.

  15. Caroline says:

    Wonderful. This is my type of pub.

  16. Looks really cozy. I love the idea of a beer by the fire.

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