The Traditional English Pub


King Eddie's is a 19th century grade II listed pub set in the heart of Stratford in East London. With its low ceilings and open fires the pub has a country feel, and is a world away from the bustle of the town centre.

It started out life as the King of Prussia but changed its name around 1914 for patriotic reasons. Since then it has hardly changed and retains a lot of the old character that comes with a pub of this age. More