Worlds Inn



Lloyds No1 Bar Romford

South Street was originally a trackway by the River Rom. By the 1850s, it was a busy town-centre street. The county court was a feature of the street, until its demolition in 1936. This pub stands on the site of the court house and takes its name from a poem by Francis Quarles, Romford’s very own poet. In his poem On the World, published in 1635, he wrote that ‘The World’s an Inn: and I her guest’.

Contact details

Worlds Inn
113-117 South Street
Romford, Essex
Phone: 01708 333120

Additional Information

Venue Type: Bars, Lounge Bars
Type of Night: Chatting & Drinking, Chilling With Mates, Quiet Drink, Date Night
Dress Code: Casual / Relaxed
Venue Features: VIP Booths & Tables

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