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County Arms

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

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

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

Kitty 21 December 2015
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

3.2 (((** (based on 10 reviews)
50% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • lunch (6)
  • child friendly (5)
  • al fresco (2)
  • dinner (1)
  • large parties (1)
  • trendy (1)
  • value (1)
  • ((*** by 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.

  • ((((( by from London

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

  • ((((( by from Eastleigh

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

  • (((** by from London

    The food was yummy and service wasn't bad but there was a lot of kids running about. I wouldn't suggest going there if you want a quiet Sunday roast.

  • (**** by from London

    Have dined at this establishment numerous times in the past 10 years. The meal and service were very poor.

  • (**** by from London Borough of Wandsworth

    I often drink at this pub (my local) and enjoy the atmosphere, and had previously enjoyed Sunday lunch here. I would really like to have positive feedback for this Saturday night meal out with two old school friends, but I was very disappointed. Firstly, the restaurant was empty apart from a table of extremely loud men over whom it was impossible to have a conversation. Could they not have been asked to move to the bar? Still, forgivable perhaps, given that it was Rugby World Cup final night! Unforgivable, for me, was the fact that the "wild boar sausages", chosen by two of us from the just-launched new Autumn menu, clearly were not wild boar. Wild boar is a strong, dark, gamey meat, while these sausages were pale in colour and tasted just like any supermarket pork sausages. Neither my friend or I could identify the vaguest hint of celeriac in the "celeriac mash" that accompanied them. When we raised the subject of the sausages with the waitress, she passed this on to the chef and came back to say that the chef had checked the packet and it said wild boar on it! We remain unconvinced!! It's very important to me personally (I don't think I'm alone) to know the provenance of my meat, and I would never have chosen to eat pork without being confident that it was not factory farmed. I am unlikely ever to eat again in a restaurant that I do not trust to tell me honestly what I am eating. Desserts were delicious, especially Banana Sticky Toffee Pudding, but that's unlikely to be enough to draw me back to dine. What a shame!

  • ((((* by from London Borough of Wandsworth

    We were given a table for 2 is a quieter corner of this noisy/family pub which was excellent

  • ((((( by from London

    brilliant for sunday roast with kids

  • ((((* by from London

    lovely pub very child friendly! great food and perfect for sunday lunch with the kids. nice beer garden

  • ((*** by from London

    A lovely pub with great food. Sadly it has gone too far down the child friendly route meaning it is impossible to enjoy Sunday lunch without badly behaved small children climbing over you (and I write this as a parent myself). It's not the restaurant's fault - more that of parents in this area who refuse to control their offspring but sadly we are unlikely to return for this reason.

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