Visited on 5th January 2017. Large pub on a main road in Kensington. Pretty impressive lighting out the front and quite a tardis-like interior. There’s a Thai restaurant which seemed to be exceedingly popular with the pub wedged despite a lot of seating in the place. There’s a lot of Churchill related material on the walls. Beer range supplied by Fullers was OK, it was well looked after, prices OK, service good. A nice pub but not one I’d be dashing back to.
Homely, friendly Fuller’s house in a trendy part of the capital, this is the kind of pub you would happily have as your local. The usual Fuller’s range was available and my pints of ESB were superb and dispensed by attractive young staff. One of my favourite London pubs!
Nice pub, old school pub decor. Fullers beers, solid but fairly dull line-up, no sign of the Porter. Thai food is good and the Thai serving staff are class. A good stop if you’re in the area, wouldn’t travel for the beer.
cagou007 (51) , France | November 25, 2013| Updated April 29, 2014
Great pub with a real old-school atmosphere in Kensington, not far from Hyde Park and Notting Hill. Many Fuller’s beers. Very British place, despite of many tourists (I’m one of those !). I warmly recommend to have a pint or two at this place while visiting London !
The Churchill Arms is one of those pubs which are very hard to describe or do justice to, its simply best to visit and see for yourself!
Quirky because you don’t expect there to be an excellent Thai restaurant attached, it was in fact the very first London pub to have one.
Delightful it is, being famous for its spectacular displays of flowers in hanging baskets and winning a ’London in bloom’ title two years running.
Great value undoubtedly as being part of the Fuller estate it offers an excellent range of well kept cask ales from that famous old London family brewing company.
I have never been disappointed by the Churchill Arms and I never tire of visiting whenever I’m any where near Kensington Church Street.
Charming Fuller´s pub with very well kept beers and excellent thai food. Can be very crowded. The facade is quite a sight and inside you are surrounded of Churchill memorabilia. Open fire-place also. A gem off a pub.