King's Arms, Greenwich
In a prime spot to entice passing tourists, the Kings Arms does just that. There isn't a great deal wrong with this pub, it has decent beer - including a few ales and guest beers - and the usual T&J food. The service is prompt and there's a beer garden out the back (though it was pretty grubby on our last visit). If you're here on the wrong day - say, a Bank Holiday or in high tourist season - you'd be better off considering an alternative.
29 Aug 2011
Do not go there on a Sunday evening, especially before Bank Holiday Monday as you may encounter young children (who should have been in bed), running about the pub screaming, running out of one front door on to the street and in again via the other front door on the main street, approximately 20 times, while the parents and the Kings Arms staff appeared oblivious. The staff were informed and retorted that it was up to the parents and then apologised to the parents for the views of the complainant customers. Luckily no harm came to the children and therefore nobody at Greenwich Council Social Services became culpable. A very poor pub for Greenwich.
16 King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9JH
020 8858 4544
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How to find the King's Arms pub
Leave the station and walk up Greenwich Church Street, before turning left into Nelson Road. Turn left at the end of this street and you'll see the pub on the left.