This is an interesting hybrid of boozer and leafy Thai diner. Amongst the benefits of this unusual alliance is the combination of pub-priced drinks ... More
This is an interesting hybrid of boozer and leafy Thai diner. Amongst the benefits of this unusual alliance is the combination of pub-priced drinks with restaurant-standard food. It's always popular - often very crowded in the pub and pub/dining area - but the restaurant at the back is surprisingly airy, although just as full of locals. The owner's collection of 16,000 rare butterflies decorates the walls and provides interesting distractions during your meal. The huge, good-quality dishes can be mixed, matched and generally made to order. You can combine generous servings of rice, stir fries, noodles or curries with your choice of meat and vegetables. Try to visit Churchill Arms on 30 November every year. History buffs will know that this is Winston Churchill's birthday. To celebrate, pub undergoes a transformation complete with bomb sirens and the great man's speeches playing in the background. Everyone gets dressed up in 1940s gear and has a jolly old time.
One of the most amazing and interesting pubs I have every visited. Hosted by Gerry from Clare, the epitomy of hospitality, remembers names, makes you feel part of the village as if you were there every. Great drink and superb thai food and all at the right price.
When you fall in love, Gerry has fallen in love a few times in his life; butterflies, flowers, the pub and Jessie
( a girl from Killarney in a talent show) all of whom he has dedicated parts of the pub to.
Thank you to all in The Churchill for a memorable day and best of luck
I liked everything it has to offer the food the room full of plants and old photos and weird things aswell as the butterflies it is just great and I like to go there every week and the food is cheap and amazing SO go and be just as happy as I was have been going there now for 2.5yrs
Just a perfect combination. One of the best pubs in London, combined with incredible Thai food. The spicy dishes are hotter than anything you can find back in the states. This isn't the most publicized restaurant in London, but easily one of the best.
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