A friendly pub in Kensington borough
A pub formerly owned by Piers Morgan, named after the replacement for the Hackney carriage, and now transformed into a craft beer house. Close to Kensington High Street, off the beaten path from Earls Court Road. Expect stylish décor, a friendly atmosphere, and a comfortable dining room with an open fireplace. The pub was built in 1827 as the Pembroke Arms and renamed in 1965 when refurbished. It’s run by brothers Abhinav and Sagar who will happily pour you a pint whilst hosting their weekly quiz nights.
Comfortable west London pub
Come for a drink, a comfortable dining room or the weekly quiz. Stay for the warmth and fun, or simply pop in after work for a catch-up, The Hansom Cab welcomes you.
“The Hansom Cab is a truly independent pub I have run since 2019. We are not bound by corporate menus and can experiment with anything we want to. Try our Lasagne, a twist on the classical!"
Abhinav, Owner of the Hansom Cab