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The Trafalgar Arms, Tooting - pub details

Trafalgar Arms
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Address: 148, Tooting High St, Tooting, London, London, SW17 0RT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1718) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.trafalgararms.com

Nearest tube stations Tooting Broadway (0.2 miles), Colliers Wood (0.6 miles)

Nearest train stations Tooting (0.6 miles), Haydons Road (0.8 miles), Wimbledon (1.6 miles)

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user reviews of the Trafalgar Arms, Tooting

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This pub is very much open; it is now run by gastropub chain Geronimo Inns who call it a "Pub and Dining Rooms".

Pleased it has survived, but from the menu expect to pay £14 for fish and chips or £15 for a pie.

Drinkers are welcome, Young's ordinary and one of the Sambrooks beers was on. Their website indicates a free drink is available by joining their mailing list if that's your thing.

Seems perhaps ahead of its time for Tooting Broadway (which is not quite Clapham yet...), will be interested to see how it fares.

I actually went in there after seeing it on a list of local pubs with a dart board, but that is of course long gone. The only "games" were a couple of toys to keep young children amused.
Whale_Jnr - 27 Feb 2017 13:05
Just walked past the Trafalgar hoping to pop in for a pint but it would seem to be permanently closed. If so it's very sad as it was a good pub, lively, good service, good atmosphere and seemed to be busy most of the time, taking a fair amount of its trade from St. George's I would imagine. Presumably it has been sold to be developed into another block of flats.
Pompeybob - 22 Jan 2014 16:37
Has obviously been recently redone as what was a nasty yellow building now looks really inviting. Spent the evening in the new beer garden and enjoyed the friendly service and great food. Will definitely be back - to continue my winning streak on the table football if nothing else!
petebite - 25 Apr 2012 14:45
After reading other reviews I wasn't looking forward to going here but its obviously changed hands and is excellent now. The garden bar on a sunny day is fantastic and hands down the best one I've been to in London. Renovation has clearly been done inside and out. The menu was brilliant and the food delicious. I will definitely go back.
FMK - 28 Mar 2012 20:06
i been to the trafalgar arms several times and have dined here many times i love the lamb shank and the cajan wraps here,i think the irish girl who managed here has gone which is good she looked like jordan gone wrong im so sorry but its true,the pub is clean and tidy and the bar staff are friendly hope to pop in there soon
ruby55uk - 17 Dec 2010 16:46

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