My Favorite Pubs in London:

The Churchill Arms,
Notting Hill



Dripping in flowers and crammed with Churchill memorabilia, The Churchill Arms is one of London’s most recognisable and famous watering holes. Built in 1750, the pub was frequented by Churchill’s grandparents. Nowadays, it’s known for serving real ales and authentic Thai cuisine.


The Churchill Arms was built way back in 1750, making it one of the older and more historic pubs worth visiting in London.

In the 1800s, Winston Churchill’s Grandparents were regular visitors which eventually led to the naming of the pub after World War 2. Step inside today, and you’ll find plenty of Churchill memorabilia hanging from the walls.

The pub has other claims to fame worth mentioning too; our beautiful flower displays earned us a reputation as one of very select few pubs that can claim to be a Chelsea Flower Show winner! Plus, we we’re also first pub in London to serve delicious Thai food alongside our ales

Orange Tree
In the beautifully restored building you’ll find a bustling bar serving fine ales and cocktails. Their casual dining rooms on the ground and first floor offer a fresh and seasonal modern European menu.
Hardwood Arms
Hidden away in the back streets of Fulham, the Harwood offers award-winning food and wine in a casual and relaxed setting. We champion the very best British produce with a focus on game and wild food. We are also currently the only Michelin-starred pub in London.