The King's Arms, Fitzrovia
Moments away from Oxford Circus and Great Portland Street, the King's Arms offers welcome respite from the busy surrounding area. It's an ordinary, honest, hardworking boozer, offering three decent ales on the hand pumps - Young's Bitter, Black Sheep and Adnam's Explorer on our visit and the usual lagers, Guinness and Strongbow on tap. Hidden away on a quiet side street, it's frequented. predominately, by the people who work in the area - although a few shoppers do stray in from time to time and it's one of the few pubs open round here on a Saturday, so it's a good place to rest your carrier bags and cool your heels for a while. Makes a change from the strident trendy places you tend to get hereabouts.
12 Apr 2012
I've been a regular of this pub for several years and always had a pleasant drink. However recently they have brought in some terribly rude staff who provide some properly shocking customer service. I won't be drinking here again and i'd urge anyone in the area not to either - there's plenty of alternatives who don't treat customers nearly as poorly.
68 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 7QL
020 7580 8317
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How to find the The King's Arms pub
From Oxford Circus, walk north on Regent Street until you reach All Souls church. Riding House Street is the right turn just before the church. Follow it along for about five minutes and the pub is on the right.