The Warwick Arms

160 Warwick Road , London, W14 8PS

SquareMeal Review of The Warwick Arms

Essentially a wood & brass-decorated Fuller’s hostelry on a busy road, The Warwick Arms is making a name for itself locally by virtue of its curry-house food. It still plays the part of a local boozer at lunchtime, dishing up standard pub grub for the regulars, but in the evenings it rolls out an extensive Indian menu. Expect all the usual suspects: baltis & bhunas, rogan josh & dhansaks, & a smattering of more interesting possibilities such as bhindi dupiaza or chicken har mirch in a delicately spiced sauce. A Keats-themed cubbyhole for six to eight people is a cosy place if you’re merely intent on sampling a few pints of regular Fuller’s brews such as Discovery or ESB or fancy a game of Scrabble or Monopoly.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Ashfield House 400m

West Kensington Tube Station 539m


Address: 160 Warwick Road , London W14 8PS

Area: West Kensington Station

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-12M (Sun -11.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Charles House 241m

MacOwen Theatre 463m


Telephone: 020 7603 3560


Cuisine: Pubs

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