Best Bars in Earls Court

Besides being well-known for its proximity to tourist attractions in London, the district of Earls Court is home to a number of excellent bars. Wander off Earls Court Road and you will find many garden squares and interesting places where you can have a drink and grab a snack. Here are our top recommendations.


King’s Head

Kings Head Earls Court

Located on a little side street, King’s Head is a welcoming pub that boasts a nice interior with retro flock wallpapers, gastro couches, and an ornate fireplace. This dog-friendly pub offers a nice selection of beers on tap, as well as Belgian bottled beer and craft cocktails. They host a number of interesting events during the week including pub quizzes and cocktail nights.  Keep in mind that King’s Head gets quite crowded, so it’s best to come early in the evening.

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The Blackbird

Blackbird Earls Court

One of the most popular pubs in Earls Court, the Blackbird features a classic pub interior and offers a variety of ales on tap to choose from including London Porter, Organic Honey Dew, and Golden Pride. They also have a restaurant area where you can order their reasonably priced pub grub. For example, a portion of hake and chips costs around £10.

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The Pembroke

The Pembroke Earls Court

Located just a short walk from Earls Court tube stations and West Brompton, the Pembroke is a stylish pub with chalkboard menus, smart leather banquettes, and chic wallpaper. This family-friendly pub also has a nice outdoor setting and offers an extensive wine list. As for the food, they serve European dishes like pan-roasted lamb rump and stuffed chicken leg served with parmesan and wrapped in bacon.

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The Prince of Teck

Prince Of Teck Earls Court

A contemporary British pub, The Prince of Teck offers a seasonal British menu, premium spirits, and a variety of beers to choose from. You will also find a nice selection of award-winning ales at the bar. If you get hungry, there is a restaurant on the second floor that offers a mixture of European and British cuisine. Their signature grilled corn-fed chicken is delicious. If you are looking for something more traditional, they also serve beer-battered cod and chips.

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