Queens Arms – your local gastropub in Pimlico

If you’re in Pimlico and you’re looking for a special local pub, you should visit the Queens Arms.

The Queens Arms is one of Pimlico’s few gastropubs and is located in the heart of SW1, with almost equal distance to both Pimlico and Victoria underground stations.

The pub offers a wide range of wines, beers, ales and spirits that are reasonably priced. If you feel peckish, check out the pub’s food menu, filled with British classics, and you will not be disappointed.  The menu changes often with new lovingly-crafted dishes full of fresh ingredients. The pub puts a huge effort into make drinkers and diners happy.

Queens Arms in 1963

The pub itself dates back to 1846 and has been serving up pints to the people of Pimlico ever since. The pub’s name was briefly changed to Royal Gardener, Slug and Lettuce and The Page and in 2010, it went back to its original name the Queens Arms.

The pub is located on a corner and has big windows, making it bright and airy. Although it might appear a bit small at first, it has a well-lit ground floor section which consists of one simple but very homey room. There are wooden tables and a mirrored bar and there is a separate dining room upstairs.  

If you’re looking to dine on a weekend, it is recommend that you book a table in advance, as the pub can get very busy in the evenings.

The punters are usually a mix of work colleagues, couples, pre-theatre groups and occasional tourists.

Address: 11 Warwick Way, SW1V 1QT

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