Pubs in Kensington
The pubs of Kensington are much like the women in Kensington, cool, classy and with something a little special. Think gastro-pub, with smart and sleek decor, cool clientele and premium drinks - like the sound that? With all these qualities you can't really go wrong with the pubs of Kensington, to see where we think is best, read our recommended list of Kensington pubs.
The Phoenix is the place to be if you’re looking for a quirky pub that offers a trendy Chelsea and Kensington vibe. A favourite of west London’s glitterati thanks to its location just off the famous King’s Road, settle in for a drink or something from the delicious and regularly changing food menu at this opulent haunt.
A proud boozer and a stalwart on the Kensington pub scene, The Britannia comes with lashings of traditional charm and a warming atmosphere. The interior mixes together contemporary cool with all the classic makings of a London pub. Head here for yummy hearty lunches or dinner sessions complete with good beer and wine.
The Hollywood Arms is a cute and friendly pub near Kensington that serves great gastro-pub food as well as offering live music and even wine tasting classes. This pub is traditional but with the sort of extra edge that you expect from somewhere located in the Kensington or Chelsea area. Smarter and definitely more chic than many of its pub counterparts, The Hollywood Arms is a Kensington pub that carries some wow-factor and keeps people talking about it long after their visit.
Looking for a charming pub in South Kensington with the wholesome British menu and beers to match? It's all in a name, and that name is the Duke of Clarence. Join this charming boozer for cutesy and kitsch interiors with real ales, gastro plates and plenty more.
Much like the Jam Tree's in Chelsea and Clapham, Jam Tree Kensington is a cute and cosy London pub that offers so much more than many of its rivals. Serving restaurant quality food that makes it hard to beat, Jam Tree also has a great beer selection and a wine list crafted by an industry stalwart Tim Kitchener-Smith. Jam Tree Kensington is smart and sleek and is all-in-all a great Kensington pub.
The Builders Arms is a light and airy pub in Kensington that has "a touch of urban glamour" in addition to it being a really good, traditional pub. With a great beer garden and street side tables, The Builders Arms is a great place to spend an afternoon or evening come rain or shine. A friendly local with the sort of cool twist you'd expect in a Kensington pub, The Builders Arms will make you want to come back again and again.