Situated in a quiet residential play street in the famous Ashburnham Triangle, off Greenwich High Road, the Ashburnham Arms caters mainly for the local community.
It is a fine two-bar pub, previously owned by the Lion Brewery, which used to be near County Hall on the South Bank. The lions on the south side of Westminster Bridge used to be outside the brewery gates.
The comfortable bars and a pleasant conservatory which overlooks the small patio, are pleasant areas to sit and enjoy a selection of Shepherd Neames' fine ales and lagers as well as the tasty home cooked bar meals.
Whether you are looking for well kept real ales, a glass of wine with friends or to sample the delights on offer from the fabulous menu, lovingly prepared by the chefs, you will find the Ashburnham Arms a welcome and friendly venue.
Regular events at the Ashburnham Arms include Quiz night every Tuesday with a music quiz on the first Tuesday of the month. Every Wednesday the pub hosts movie night.
Built around 1855, the pub has been renovated to a modern standard, providing comfortable surroundings without losing the charm and character of a pub of this age.
The famous writer Edgar Wallace was born nine doors away at 7 Ashburnham Grove in 1875.
The Ashburnham Arms now has wireless broadband internet connectivity.
25 Ashburnham Grove,
020 8692 2007