Kings Arms, King William Walk, Greenwich

Location and opening hours

Kings Arms
Address:
Kings Arms, 16 King William Walk, Greenwich
London  SE10 9JH
Telephone:
+44 (0) 20 8858 4544
Opening hours:
Sunday 12 noon–10.30 PM   Monday 11 AM–11 PM   Tuesday 11 AM–11 PM   Wednesday 11 AM–11 PM   Thursday 11 AM–11 PM   Friday 11 AM–11 PM   Saturday 11 AM–11 PM
Parking:
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Buses:
129, 180, 185, 189, 205, 286, 386
Trains:
Island Gardens DLR, Cutty Sark DLR, Greenwich DLR

This pub offers a food menu, karaoke nights and has sports events on the TV.

More pubs nearby

Other pubs close to this one:

Greenwich Tavern is in King William Walk, less than ¼ mile from Kings Arms

Oliver's Jazz & Piano Bar is in Nevada Street, less than ¼ mile away. It provides live music

The Coach & Horses is in Greenwich Market, less than ¼ mile from Kings Arms, and provides real ale, a food menu, outside seating

The Mitre is at 291 Greenwich High Road, less than ¼ mile away

Ye Olde Rose & Crown is in Crooms Hill, less than ¼ mile from Kings Arms

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Local restaurants

Vietnam Restaurant is a pricey Vietnamese restaurant in King William Walk, less than ¼ mile from Kings Arms, and provides vegetarian dishes

Spread Eagle is an expensive French restaurant at 1-2 Stockwell Street, less than ¼ mile away

Cafe Rouge is an expensive French restaurant in Stockwell Street, less than ¼ mile from Kings Arms. Cafe Rouge is a chain of Brasserie-style restaurants serving a range of light meals and drinks within a French atmosphere. There is a large choice of dishes as well as hot and cold drinks which makes this restaurant a good stop off point for tea and snacks rather than grand dinners.

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