Open 365 days a year, the Albert is a large Victorian pub built in 1864. The pub has survived virtually in its original form with large etched glass windows, an ornate ceiling and among its other features the Prime Ministers Gallery, Queen Victoria's napkin and the Parliamentary Division Bell.
Our range of drinks includes cask ale and an extensive wine list as well as a great range of soft drinks and coffees.
With fabulous British food to accompany our drinks, you can relax at this Taylor Walker pub over classics such as hand battered cod, chips and mushy or garden peas, traditional British recipe bangers & mash or a roast of the day seven days a week. Our pub food is freshly prepared and includes all your British favourites. We also offer a range of sandwiches and jacket potatoes.
We are delighted to welcome you at Taylor Walker and assure you of friendly service in a relaxing British pub with a welcoming atmosphere.
The Albert is popular with tourists and also plays host to the many regulars from the nearby Houses of Parliament. Situated close to Victoria Station, Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace, there is access for coaches. Our large 130 seater Victorian Restaurant is the perfect venue for touring parties and group functions.
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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 my favorite things about London are it's Pubs!! There really isn't a better place to enjoy a Pim's and Lemonade along with some delicious fish and chips. The Albert didn't disappoint. The fish and chips was yummy. The atmosphere is like something out of a Dicken's novel.more
I have been to this pub a number of times, good value food and obviously a well known and popular pub for tourists, but on the day, I did notice some mice droppings on the seating, (brought it to the attention of the manager). It's an old pub, side doors are open so this is probably usual.Hope this isn't a regular occurrence.more
We liked this place a lot. Several pubs we looked at seemed to be bars that only cared about serving drinks--not dinner. This one, though, had a separate dining room upstairs. We weren't disappointed. My fish & chips was great, & the portion was huge. Tom liked his rump steak, too. I definitely recommend this place (despite the bland peas & French fries).more
Cosy little pub - perfect for a drink (or more). Really friendly atmosphere and great service - even when there was a footy game on and it was super busy. Downside - the loos are down a steep spiral (well spiral-ish) staircase. But would still go back again.more
Great location. It's cleaner and brighter since it was purchased by a big chain, Taylor Walker. However, it retains its Victorian charm with large cut glass windows. They have ten cask ales in addition to mass produced watery stuff like Stella. Service is slow and not especially friendly.more