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.
Venue Details & Map
The Albert Tavern
52 Victoria StreetVictoriaLondonSW1H 0NP
- +44 (0)20 7222 5577
- Public transport:
- St. James's Park, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Albert Tavern
After a long day of walking around, there can be no better taste to leave in your mouth in London than a good pint or two of London's Glory- a personal favorite on tap at The Albert. If you are an American, like me, than the pub setting takes a bit getting used to. If you wish to eat in, your best bet is to get your pint downstairs and head up to normal restaurant service.
I personally had...Read More
Pimm's is what I'm talking about!!!!!! Yes, we'd love another round!
The Albert is a great looking building, although under construction when we visited. The inside of the multi-level restaurant bar is beautiful and very traditional. The wood carved bars are stunning... and full of liquor. Win win!
The food was decent.
Bathroom is allll the way in the basement. Can't imagine having too...Read More
We ran into this place while walking around London and glad we stopped in. Really cool bar downstairs and calmer bar upstairs. I had a chicken burger with bacon and chips and it was very tasty! Friendly staff and fast service. Great place!Read More
Very large with lots of space. For a weekday it was really busy and took us a while to be served but we had nowhere to go. We were just chilling. Such interesting character that isn't in existence back home. Love the outside window sketches. Prices were fair. Customer service could've been friendlier, however, I understand that he was distracted and it was busy.Read 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.
Try elsewhere.Read More