Purpose

Our purpose is to create “proper pubs” in London. We are London residents, passionate about creating a welcoming place for the community, offering excellent food, a great choice of beers and great quality wines. We want to be homely with some elegance, fun but professional. We are passionate about what we serve and how we do it.

We operated the Duke of Wellington in Marylebone until its heart-breaking closure in March 2016. We decided to keep going and took over the Albert Arms in SE1 in June 2016, which has since become the community’s beloved local and a destination for its Sunday Roast.

In October 2020, we reopened the Duke, after an extensive refurb. Take a look at the Duke of Wellington here

Menus

We believe that food is one of the main things that set apart a good pub from a great one.

Food at The Albert Arms has an emphasis on local, seasonal and downright delectable. We deliver fresh dishes, prepared with love and attention from our chefs. A focus is placed upon British produce from our trusted suppliers and we make sure the quality travels from the farm all the way to your plate. Whether you are vegetarian or vegan, looking for a sticky toffee pudding that will change your life or South London’s best roast with Yorkies the size of your head! We are a proper pub with proper food.

Outside of the kitchen, having a great wine list is our passion. We have established this as a tradition in our pubs. Whether you are looking to celebrate or just something light and quaffable by the glass, we have it. Not to forget our range of traditional cask ales and draught beers.

Food Menu Sunday Menu Wine & Drinks List

Get in Touch

For bookings please email us at enquiries@thealbertarms.co.uk or call during the opening hours 0207 928 8224

Opening times

  • Monday - Thursday 4pm-Late
  • Friday - Sunday 12pm-Late
Follow us

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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