The Imperial Arms, Earl's Court

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FAP Rating 2 - Click for an explanation of our ratings
Tiny hole in the wall of a pub, with that slightly scary feel that local pubs for local people sometimes have. Well, ignore all that - it's a pub, if a bit of an Irish pub (Guinness and John Smiths only things approaching real ale on the taps). A word of warning, it does get an influx when there's a gig on nearby. It's perfectly pleasant when it's quiet, and they do food all day. Good place to read the paper on a quiet afternoon, particularly if you're trying to escape the brilliant sunshine.
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18 Sep 2009
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A small but cosy little pub..... yes it can get very noisy and rowdy but you will be welcomed with open arms and made to feel like you belong. There is always a mix of people, Irish, Scottish, English, Canadian who are regulars and they will always have a funny story to tell to keep you entertained.

During the football season it's wild but still a friendly place to go for a drink.

You will enjoy good music, there is an array of CD's varying from Rod Stewart to Kings of Leon, a particular favourite is Paolo Nutini at the moment.



You will never feel out of place in this little gem of a pub

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8 Lillie Road, Earl's Court, London, SW6 1TU
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