King's Head, Green Park

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
No longer a pub named after an antiestablishment poet, the Shelley changed its name to the more regal King's Head and was relaunched as a Nicholson's pub. The generic traditionalisms of the Nicholson's brand are ideal for this part of town - abounding as it does in well-heeled tourists - and the King's Head and the nearby Clarence both stick rigidly to the Nicholson's ethos (so much so, that it's actually difficult to tell the two pubs apart). The King's Head offers a bit more space - especially with its downstairs bar - though it's hard to see this one as much more than just another above average afterwork pub. It does the job, but it doesn't quite stir the emotions.
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10 Stafford Street, Green Park, London, W1S 4RX
020 7493 0337
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