Open 365 days a year, the Albert is a large Victorian pub built in 1864. Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees.
Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites. We also offer a range of sandwiches and jacket potatoes.
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Venue Details & Map
The Albert Tavern
52 Victoria StreetVictoriaLondonSW1H 0NP
- +44 (0)20 7222 5577
- Public transport:
- St. James's Park, Underground
One of the highlights of my trip to London. This place is amazing. The beef and ale pie with mushy peas was to die for. They should call the fish and chips, "whale and chips" because it is huge! The atmosphere was like nothing I've seen before. It was raining heavily outside which made it even more cozy inside with the dim lighting. I felt like I was in a Charles Dickens novel. I know, cliche,...more
Totally awesome place we found after walking by Big Ben, total old school pub feel with great beers on top. The food is not bad at all and we had one of he best BBQ sauces we have ever tasted. Will post pictures of inside and why we got but for being in a business district his place is its awesome.more
This is a 'drinking only' pub if ever I saw one.
Yes, its a very pretty victorian era pub that serves beer. Thats where the star is earned.
The rest, keep it. The food is ridiculously bad. The burger is grey on wilted fixings, chips barely warm, fish not crisp and their veggies 'boil in the bag' quality. The wait service, forgetful.
Not a place for more than a pint. When we saw the food,...more
The Albert is very deceiving. From the outside, it looks one-of-kind, but inside, it is very cookie-cutting corporate as it is part of the "Taylor Walker" chain of pubs.
My fellow Americans, think of it as TGIFs or Applebees of England.
London solved its notoriously "terrible food" problem by creating another problem.
This pub, and many like it in London, are beautiful visual spectacles. Old buildings, incredible atmosphere, lots of history. But many of them also share another common thread - the "Taylor Walker" menu.
It's a menu that's replicated in what must be dozens of pubs in London. The food is certainly good, but...more