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County Arms

345 Trinity Road, London, SW18 3SH +44 2081281799

((()* British
Main course: £10
Food spend: £25

Great, very fast service. Large quality portions (Sunday roast) and enjoyable family atmosphere where you can converse easily. Very much enjoyed. We'll be back!

Stephen Ryder-smith 29 March 2016
from London

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Steeped in over 150 years of Wandsworth history, The County Arms is a traditional public house and restaurant serving up a contemporary British menu. Famed Young’s Ales can be enjoyed in the al fresco dining area at this scenic spot, overlooking Wandsworth Common.

The County Arms brings a touch of seasonal sophistication to a range of British classics. The wood pigeon starter with summer beets, goat’s curd and caramelised walnuts is a vibrant mix of colour and sits on The County Arms menu alongside house favourite fore-rib beef burger with smoked cheddar and pale ale-battered onion rings.

Brave-hearted diners can attempt The Country Arms 2ft Sausage Roll Challenge, with a t-shirt up for grabs for anyone who can defeat the homemade giant. Sculpted Roman pillars and leather-bound books bring traditional character to The County Arms’ spacious interior whilst the expansive outdoor area features deckchairs and umbrellas for all-year-round relaxation.

London pub The County Arms runs quiz nights and broadcasts live sports, and is just a couple of minutes’ drive south of the River Thames.

County Arms

345 Trinity Road, London, SW18 3SH

Contact +44 2088748532
Reservations +44 2081281799

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Customer reviews for County Arms

3.5 ((()* (based on 17 reviews)
64% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • lunch (11)
  • child friendly (8)
  • al fresco (3)
  • dinner (3)
  • large parties (3)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • breakfast (1)
  • private dining (1)
  • trendy (1)
  • value (1)
  • ((((( 29 March 2016 by Lloyd Nash from London Borough of Wandsworth

    Fantastic food, attentive service and child entertainment - superb for Easter Sunday. Thanks

  • ((((( 29 March 2016 by Stephen Ryder-smith from London

    Great, very fast service. Large quality portions (Sunday roast) and enjoyable family atmosphere where you can converse easily. Very much enjoyed. We'll be back!

  • ((((* 22 March 2016 by Nicholas Wood from London

    Being of a certain age I appreciated being sat in the main bar area away from the family room which can get noisy at peak times. Staff were very pleasant and willing to please.Food arrived quickly and the wine list was at reasonable prices.

  • (((** 17 March 2016 by Jason Andreou from London Borough of Wandsworth

    We come here because it is close and the pub is child friendly with a large back room for the kids to run around. But the food menu is lacking and the drinks are pricey.

  • ((((( 8 March 2016 by Shannon Fowler from London Borough of Wandsworth

    The staff were really friendly and helpful and courteous and truly made the meal for us. I was on my own with three young children and they couldn't have been nicer. Decent kids menu, tasty dishes for adults and children, and a great wine list.

  • (((** 8 March 2016 by Janet from London

    Food was really good, staff are efficient, lovely and very helpful. Loud drunken group in corner disturbed all the families with small children. Such a shame to let one group ruin so many Mother's Day lunches... Two tables asked to be moved away from them, when in reality the inconsiderate people should have been moved to the bar as they were not eating.

  • (((** 16 February 2016 by Joanna Wilson from London

    Food and service was good but way too many children around! I don't usually mind about that sort of thing but it was pretty excessive. I wouldn't come back for Sunday lunch, maybe for a drink.

  • ((*** 31 December 2015 by Jacqui Bowers from London Borough of Wandsworth

    What a disappointment. 2 of the men choose the roast beef and the roast potatoes were inedible - it felt like they had been frozen as it was impossible to cut through the tough skin. The chef, if there is one, should just go and buy Aunt Bessie's! When we complained they first of all said that they could have a free tea or coffee, then decided to offer a free dessert. What they should have said was, " very sorry about this, we will take it off your bill". Childrens menu was fine, the sea bass and cod were good as were the desserts. The soup was ally not good.

    The waitress serving us was fine, very helpful.

    We had to get the wheelchair ramp out ourselves, but the restaurant did have a disabled toilet.

  • ((((( 21 December 2015 by Kitty from London

    Very nice staff, kid friendly, there is an area they can play in (unless booked for private party), food quick and good.

  • ((((( 1 December 2015 by Ian Ladd from Eastleigh

    Food and staff are excellent. Good value for money. Second visit will definitely visit again

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