Located in a late 19th century building, the Scottish Arms gives one the feel of an old and comfortable Scottish pub. This is a very effective illusion as the place has been open for just one year!
The Arms has a nice selection of beers on tap, most from the British Isles. They include from Scotland--Belhaven's Wee Heavy and Twisted Thistle (one of my favorites and the first time I've had it on draft), McEwans and Tennents; Fullers London Pride and London Porter from England; and Beamish Stout, Smithwick Ale, and Guiness from Ireland. Their house brew is a 70/ brewed by Schafley.
If you want something a bit stronger than beer, the Arms has by far the largest stock of single malt scotch whiskies I've seen. You can participate in a whisky tour to sample several at one sitting. Empty containers weave their way around the place to give you an idea of the wide variety they have served.
There is a full menu, with an emphasis on Scotish cuisine. Unfortunately, we had already eaten when we visited, so I can not comment on the quality of hte food. I will definately go back for a meal.
Finally, yes, the waiters do wear kilts!