The Hereford Arms is a genuine, old London pub. Memorabilia of yesteryear are hung on the walls of the bar room in which, ... More
The Hereford Arms is a genuine, old London pub. Memorabilia of yesteryear are hung on the walls of the bar room in which, during the day, an older and relaxed clientele of locals and tourists enjoy a quiet pint. In the evenings, this pub can be a bit livelier, especially during the summer when the benches outside are filled with drinkers basking in the sun. Big-screen TVs show all major sporting events. Pub food is available daily with a good menu, including dishes such as bangers 'n' mash and the pub's specialty of cod and chips.
This was a truly wonderful place.
We showed up at the lunch hour on our first day and were made to feel like a 20 year regular. The owner(Mike)is very personable and funny. He sat with us for a few minutes and made our first hours in London memorable. The staff takes it attitude from the owner. Personable and fun!
We enjoyed this pub so much that it became our nightly meeting place. We also made our last stop there before heading to the airport.
If you are in the area (or even if you are not) you should make a point to have a pint in this pub. It is 2 blocks from the Glouchester Road tube station.
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