Welcome, to the Kings Arms Bexleyheath. We’re excited to invite you to enjoy great times here in the heart of Bexleyheath. We are passionate about hosting great get-togethers for family and friends over a coffee, a prosecco, a meal, or a pint. Our classic interior has been designed to be a great space to relax as has our heated roof terrace and enjoy during the day or in the evenings.
Homemade & FRESH
We're passionate about food at the Kings Arms. We do our best to make sure that as much of our food as possible is cooked using fresh ingredients and is all created in house, like our burgers, prepped using freshly sourced local butchers beef mince and cooked fresh, or our signature giant scotch eggs that are made from scratch and cooked to order.
We offer a little something for everyone whether it's something on the smaller side for easy nibbles or our 12oz Sirloin steak to fill your appetite!
A PLACE TO CELEBRATE
Whatever the occasion we have you covered. With our large dining area, we can easily accommodate you and your party for that special occasion.
Every Friday and Saturday evening, we are proud to host some of Londons greatest cover artists keeping you entertained until late.
Our weekly quiz nights aren't exactly the traditional question and answer pub quiz nights, but they'll be sure to put smiles on the faces of your entire party!
You can book a table or an area in the pub to suit your specific needs, and with fantastic buffet options and table service, you can rest assured that your party is in good hands.
Great food, great drinks, great times
All in our Great British Pub
Markhall, a local beer seller owned the land on which the pub proudly stands whilst operating a beer shop just a few yards away from the now public house.
In 1839, the land on which the pub was built was indicated as ‘garden land’ for the property it was adjacent to, all of which was owned by Richard Markhall who decided to build the pub in what appeared to be his garden (some may say this was the ultimate ‘man cave’).
The Kings Arms still stands proudly in the same position in the town centre that Richard Markhall first erected it from what was then just his garden.