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The Imperial Arms is a family run GastroPub with a Restaurant/Function Room in the original Coach House a dating back to 1779. The Pub is cosy, warm and inviting with two bars which seats up to 40 for dining. The Library Bar and the Catherine Bar, named after the Mistress of Napoleon 111 who stayed here when he was exiled to Chislehurst in 1870. The Restaurant is romantic and beautifully decorated and seats 24 and 40 for a function. Both sell delicious, reasonably priced, homemade food along with excellent wine lists and beautifully kept Real Ales and Lagers such as Harveys, London Pride, Pedigree, Chapel Down Curious Brew, Peroni and much more, We have live music in the Restaurant on a Thursday…
All reviews sunday roast lobster surf and turf burger pork belly bites roast potatoes yorkshire pud fries the pub coach house booked a table lovely atmosphere chislehurst caves food was amazing home made lovely evening courtyard
We have been meaning to try the Imperial Arms for some while and finally got around to ordering today....unfortunately I hadn’t read the website properly and ordered the Korean and Imperial burger....to my disappointment the very nice lady took the trouble to call me and...More
I love my own roast dinners but after all the cooking I’ve been doing lately I wanted a rest last Sunday. I ordered my favourite, pork belly and I wasn’t disappointed. The crackling was so crispy and the meat succulent. The potatoes, Yorkshire and veg...More
We went for lunch in the bistro and loved the interior of this old coach house with lovely Christmas decorations. The staff were really friendly and one of the team were telling us about the history of the pub which was really interesting. We both...More
My husband and I had a late Sunday Lunch in the Bistro and were very happy with the ambience, staff and, of course food. The staff were friendly, but, not intrusive in this intimate Bistro. We had a lovely roast dinner - with very crispy...More
Truly the best Sunday Roast I have eaten at a pub in a long while. I ordered the goats cheese nut roast with all the trimmings and it was lovely. The meat eaters enjoyed their meals too. Great Yorkshire puddings, crispy potatoes and the vegetables...More
We had a lunchtime reservation in the bistro. Great menu, reasonable prices- large portions and the best battered fish I’ve had in a long time. Staff were friendly and attentive without being intrusive. Will definitely be going back.