Whether it is marvelling the food in the restaurant, swapping tales in the bar, or sneaking in a sundowner on the patio, we are bringing back the proper London pub. So if you’ve lived in South London all your life, or you fancy finding a new destination for a cracking Sunday roast, then we can’t think of any reason not to make the trip.

Plus, picture this. The winter season is drawing in, and we all know what that means - getting a bunch of friends together for a good old holiday catch-up. But is the bar big enough, I hear you say. Can I fit my ever expanding friend base in the restaurant? Well have no fear, as the Albert Arms has got you covered. Take a seat in our private dining room, where you can enjoy all the perks we have to offer, in the sanctity of your own upstairs hideaway.


Setting up a restaurant is no mean feat. But running one can drive even the most level-headed of us to the brink of insanity. It takes more than just a gaggle of people making and serving. But a crack team of hard-working, big-dreaming, and awe inspiring individuals who have known each other for years.

Darren and Phil, along with a group of us who have journeyed with them from North of the River, are what makes the Albert Arms a place you experience, not just a place you visit.


Having transformed a back street boozer into one of W1’s most beloved gastropubs, Darren and Phil saw an opportunity to take a penchant for great food, great drinks and great friends to the heart of SE1.

After an overhaul of biblical proportions which had the locals chomping at the bit to get back inside, this charming Victorian pub is now back in action. And man-o-man was it worth the wait.


Now to the pièce de résistance. Phil Smith, the most unclassical of classically trained chefs will have you scratching your head until its sore. Taking seemingly bewildering ingredients and transforming them into modern European twists on the nostalgic pub classics.

From seared wood pigeon and coco de paimpol beans on toast, to the eye popping and lip smacking buffalo chicken hearts (yes you read that right), the emphasis on local, seasonal, and downright delectable is evident in everything he does.

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Brunch at The Albert Arms

19th Mar 2018

Brunch at The Albert Arms

19th Mar 2018

The Albert Arms offers a gourmet brunch in a cosy pub setting. We have a real fire, our staff are friendly and perhaps best of all, our bottomless brunch is only £18.

The emphasis is on local, seasonal and downright delectable at The Albert Arms. Classic brunch dishes such as shakshuka, creamy scrambled eggs and smoked salmon, blueberry pancakes sit alongside the millennial's favourite, avocado toast with roast tomatoes and eggs and a filthy brunch burger, full of the things you want to eat for brunch; a pork patty, eggs and pickles.

We serve modern brunch classics with a gourmet twist.

Lobster Love-in Pop-up at The Albert Arms on 26th April

19th Mar 2018

Lobster Love-in Pop-up at The Albert Arms on 26th April

19th Mar 2018

Nicos Popupalot’s Lobster Love-in.

We have invited pop-up restauranteur Nicos Popupalot to bring his magical LOBSTER LOVE-IN to the Albert Arms in Southwark.

Nicos’ "The Lobster Pot" was in Metro’s top 5 pop-ups. Since then he has hosted the delightfully named "Pie Mash ‘n’ Ravey", " Grub Med" & "Reef and Beef".

Specialising in his passion; seafood; Nicos and his team bring the freshest catchfrom Billingsgate market, straight to your table.

Set Menu £30.P/P
* AA colchester rock oysters & bubbles on arrival.
*Pan fried scallop, spinach puree, cafe de Paris butter & shallot rings.
*Shared bucket of Canadian Lobster, and native mussels, clams, tiger prawns, crayfish, Devon crab claws, razor clams, all gently cooked in a signature bisque or a Tom Yum broth.
*Gin and Tonic sorbet to finish

Please note this event is not BYOB.

You can buy tickets here.

Pub Quiz

19th Mar 2018

Pub Quiz

19th Mar 2018



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For bookings please call 0207 928 8224

Please email us at enquiries@thealbertarms.co.uk for parties of more than 8 people.

Monday to Friday:

  • Lunch 12pm to 3pm
  • Dinner 5pm to 10pm


  • Brunch 10:30am to 4pm
  • Lunch 12pm to 4pm
  • Dinner 5pm to 10pm


  • Lunch 12pm to 4 pm
  • Dinner 5pm to 9pm

Our monthly pub quiz is the first Wednesday of each month

We are close to

  • Theaters: Young Vic, Old Vic, Shakespeare’s Globe, National Theater
  • Museums: Imperial War Museum, Modern Tate, Local History Library and Archive, Florence Nightingale Museum, Fashion and Textile Museum
  • Other places of interest: London Eye, London Aquarium, HMS Belfast, the Shard, Borough Market
  • Universities: London Southbank University, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
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