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Welcome to the King’s Arms

The best pub in the historical city of Oxford, passionate for serving pub classics and great British beer in cosy confines.

Proper Pub Food

Our delicious pub classics menu is prepared by our talented team of chefs using the best seasonal produce that Britain has to offer.

Oxford’s most loved local

The famous Kings Arms is the oldest pub in Oxford, built in 1607 and still standing in its original position. We’re quite possibly also the brainiest pub in Oxford too, known for having the highest IQ per square foot of anywhere in the world! Loved by Oxford scholars and tourists alike, renowned for fine cask ales, hearty homemade food and our resident ghost. Come down and join us this season to dine off our seasonal menu and enjoy your favourite tipple in Oxford’s best pub.

The Kings Arms is a favourite with the locals, offering everything from a pint of real ale to a spritz, three-course dinners in the pub to delicious Sunday roasts prepared by our chefs using only the best local, seasonal produce.

Ali and the team look forward to making you at home. Book a table so you don’t miss out.

Proper Pub Classics

Our menu is bursting with flavour and is packed with the very best seasonal and British ingredients. With a subtle twist of our own to ensure every dish is unique to us, we offer flavoursome British pies, fresh juicy steaks, beer battered fish & chips, homemade bar snacks including our world famous scotch egg!

Summer of Spritz

Take a break from the heat and cool off with a Spritz, these drinks are sure to hit the spot or channel those Amalfi vibes with a sunshiny summer classic the Aperol Spritz. It’s definitely spritz o’clock somewhere.

The Perfect Sunday

The most quintessential British meal, the Sunday lunch.

Gather your nearest and dearest to feast on a selection of meat or veggies roasts, get stuck into those crispy on the outside but fluffy on the inside roast potatoes, covered in oodles of homemade gravy and don’t forget those double yolked Yorkshire puddings.

Sundays are made for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy, what better way than at your favourite local.