The King's Head, Fulham

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The King's Head, 2014

The King's Head is a Grade II listed public house at 4 Fulham High Street, Fulham, London.[1]

It was built in 1906 in the Scottish Baronial style.[1]

The Post Office Directory listed it as owned by Criswick & Feaviour in 1919 and Feaviour & Co Ltd in 1938. The original address was 12 Fulham High St, but this was renumbered as No 4 by 1938.[2]

Since March 2012, it is trading as Low Country an American style "bar & eating house". In recent years it has catered to a South African clientele as both Joe Cool's and Zulu's, and then traded as The Ramshackle. Previously, as The King's Head it was a popular live music venue.


  1. ^ a b "King's Head public house". English Heritage list. English Heritage. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "Kings Head, 12 High Street, Fulham SW6". Pub History. Retrieved 13 December 2013. 

Coordinates: 51°28′17″N 0°12′41″W / 51.4715°N 0.2115°W / 51.4715; -0.2115