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Historic pub in bloom

Wondering who this beloved public house, the Churchill Arms, might be named after? You’ve guessed it. Our own past Prime Minister; Winston Churchill, although it was his grandparents who regularly visited and thus the building was renamed as such. It has been in operation since 1750, making it one of London’s oldest pubs.

You’ll not only find delicious Thai food (one of the first pubs in the UK to adopt a more diverse kitchen culture) but interesting memorabilia – maps, toy planes, brass figurines – and the pub is regarded highly for its flower pots and bloom, which adorn not only the outside, but flourish indoors, too.

Not far from Kensington Gardens, it’s an ideal choice for lunch or a well-earned pint.

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The Churchill Arms

119 Kensington Church St
London
W8 7LN

020 7727 4242