Islington gastro pub The Duke of Cambridge is certified by the Soil Association and serves a delicious range of organic food and drink. The blackboard menu changes constantly but always features fantastic, fresh and inventive cuisine. One of London's favourite gastro pubs, diners can eat in the bar or in the dining room.
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The Duke Of Cambridge
30 St Peters Street
- Public transport:
- Angel, Underground
This was my favorite hangout place the last time I visited London. Went again two days later for more. Amazing vibe and great Beer!more
The sweetest pub with the friendliest staff. I came to Duke Of Cambridge my first night in London and both the wait staff and locals dining in were so incredibly welcoming. It's a neighborhood pub and I absolutely love it!
The pub is candlelit with old wooden tables and plants in every corner. I love the decor and cozy vibe that you get from the moment you step in. They have a small menu...more
Delicious food, nice to know it is organic and properly sourced. Was pleased to be able to take home the scallop shells from my Coquilles St Jacques, which I gifted to a friend in Germany. Service was a bit brusque, and I hate being ignored when I'm trying to get someone's attention to ask a question. I gave up on trying to order some special Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Beers were...more
I'd been here once for a pint and found the menu intriguing, so we came back today for a lovely relaxing lunch. The place was only hosting a couple other tables, so it was quiet and the weather was perfect for a breezy Autumn atmosphere.
We chose the carrot & orange soup, served with amazing housemade bread, the chorizo & mushroom stuffed butternut squash in a mustard cream sauce and a potato...more
My kind of Duke.
All organic everything (no, really -- EVERYTHING right down to the sodas, the drinks, etc) with the crowd to match! It's all Angel Crunchy up in here, people. Kid (scratch that -- BABY friendly with lots of buggies even at 9pm Saturday night) though I wouldn't say it's the easiest place to bring the babies with the narrow aisles, uncomfortable old school farm tables squished...more