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The Radnor Arms, Kensington [Closed] - pub details

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Radnor Arms
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Address: 247, Warwick Rd, London, W14 8PX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1462) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Kensington (Olympia) (0.3 miles), West Kensington (0.4 miles), Barons Court (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Kensington Olympia (0.3 miles), West Brompton (0.8 miles), London Paddington (2 miles)

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General information: Open mike night Wednesdays

> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 56 users)
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Britannia Tap, West Kensington (0.1 miles), Warwick Arms, Kensington (0.1 miles), Crown and Sceptre, Kensington (0.1 miles), Hand and Flower, Kensington (0.2 miles), Live and Let Live, West Kensington (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

user reviews of the Radnor Arms, Kensington

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This pub has now been demolished and is currently a building site. Another loss.
blue_scrumpy - 18 Sep 2012 20:12
Closed to make way for the regeneration of the whole are between Charles House and Homebase. It will be missed but try out the Warwick Arms across the road or the Cumberland Arms by Olympia.
distinguished_barfly - 1 Jun 2009 16:45
Despite being well away from my usual stamping grounds, I did manage to squeeze in a visit to the Radnor the week before its closure. The place was rammed although whether this was a usual Friday evening thing or everyone was paying their last respects I donít know. The pub was quite small and was not really laid out particularly well to cater for crowds and as a result it was a constant shuffle to get out of peoples way. The interior was fairly basic and a little on the eccentric side with a veritable collection of pots pans, brasses, bottles, jugs, glasses, baseball caps, inflatables, ceramics reproduction posters, stuffed animals, plants and anything else that will fit into the available space. The rear had more of a lounge feel with the large aquarium being the focal point. Despite its imminent demise, the quality of beers did not lapse although not all were available on my visit Ė Midnight Sun and the topically renamed Rad No More Ale managed to satisfy my requirements. On the downside the music was crap, too loud and a bit out of place and the tiny TV in the front was hardly of much practical use (I didnít notice any other screens). I certainly did not get the impression that this was a pub in its final days and it is a crying shame that such a popular pub showing some genuine originality has been forced to call time through no fault of its own. Glad I got there before the end.
RogerB - 22 Mar 2007 13:22
RIP Radnor.
Skulevard - 10 Mar 2007 08:28
Fabulous pub, we only just found it and now it is being closed down. Shame on Prudential that they are not prepared to extend the lease. Beer drinkers should boycott them.
NorthLondonGirl - 26 Feb 2007 11:55

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