More about County Arms
Steeped in over 150 years of Wandsworth history, The County Arms is a traditional public house and restaurant serving up a contemporary British menu. Famed Young’s Ales can be enjoyed in the al fresco dining area at this scenic spot, overlooking Wandsworth Common.
The County Arms brings a touch of seasonal sophistication to a range of British classics. The wood pigeon starter with summer beets, goat’s curd and caramelised walnuts is a vibrant mix of colour and sits on The County Arms menu alongside house favourite fore-rib beef burger with smoked cheddar and pale ale-battered onion rings.
Brave-hearted diners can attempt The Country Arms 2ft Sausage Roll Challenge, with a t-shirt up for grabs for anyone who can defeat the homemade giant. Sculpted Roman pillars and leather-bound books bring traditional character to The County Arms’ spacious interior whilst the expansive outdoor area features deckchairs and umbrellas for all-year-round relaxation.
London pub The County Arms runs quiz nights and broadcasts live sports, and is just a couple of minutes’ drive south of the River Thames.