We're owned by The Capital Pub Company, which was bought by Greene King last year.
Andrew Lock, from London.
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN AT THE PUB?
I've been here since September. Before that I worked for another Capital Pub Company pub, The Wandle, in Earlsfield, and before that I was living in Cyprus. I got into the hospitality industry when I was studying.
PUBS ARE STRUGGLING IN THE ECONOMIC DOWNTURN. HOW ARE YOU COPING?
We seem to be doing OK right now. We have a large sports crowd and we are close to Fulham FC's stadium so we get a lot of football fans in. We show a lot of live sports and can show four channels at a time.
WHAT'S YOUR BEST-SELLING BEVERAGE?
Snakebite, which is half cider, half lager topped with blackcurrant cordial. We have a good range of non-European products as well, which include a beer from Namibia, two draught beers from New Zealand and a South African cider.
HOW MUCH IS THE PRICE OF A PINT?
Lagers range from £3.30 to £3.50 and it's £3.30 for an ale.
WHAT MAKES YOU UNIQUE?
The combination of live music and sport. We show rugby, cricket, football and mainstream Antipodean sports. After the sport we keep going with live music, which finishes at 11pm. We have live entertainment Friday to Sunday.
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR AVERAGE CUSTOMER?
Many are sports fans. We sponsor two football teams, the Regent's Park Ladies Team and the Putney Magpies, who have a pint in here after games. We're the official away bar for Fulham FC so a lot of the away fans come in. But we also get a lot of local office workers coming in at lunchtime or after work.
FAVOURITE THING ON THE MENU?
We do five different burgers which are handmade on the premises. We do platters and sharing plates as well as traditional pub favourites like fish and chips. Recently we've started serving our Super 15 breakfast at weekends for our antipodean customers who want to watch rugby games.
HISTORICAL FACT ABOUT THE PUB?
The pub has had several name changes. It first opened as the King's Arms, then became Dante's Inferno, then the Larrik, and then back to the King's Arms. It became the Larrik once again in April last year.