The Albion is an elegant late Georgian pub with a country atmosphere. They serve traditional British food including Sunday roasts as well as a wide range of ales. Major sporting events are available for viewing on TV. They also have a beer garden with vine-entwisted trellises and flower beds full of roses.
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Venue Details & Map
10 Thornhill Rd
- Public transport:
- Caledonian Road and Barnsbury, National Railway
It has the potential to be a great pub but everything has been organised so poorly.
Beautiful garden and setting, not too pricey and the food looked good.
However, it wasn't a very busy evening and there were only 3 guys behind the bar. Two of them working incredibly slowly without any hurry to serve people. The 3rd guy was polishing glasses pretentiously while the queue built up and up. I...more
I love the Albion. It's lovely when it's sunny, lovely when it's rainy, lovely when it's cold out, lovely around sunset. The food is delicious, the atmosphere is amaze, my go-to for friends in town in Islington!more
Fantastic Sunday roast! We had the lamb and beef but we thought the lamb was better. The potatoes were delicious as was the Yorkshire pudding. The service was great and it was fun to see a few dogs running around and greeting all of the patrons.
The best part of this meal, for me, was the toffee pudding and ice cream. Wowza!more
Came with friends for Sunday roast, and we're glad we did. Between us, we had lamb, pork belly and beef, and all were so delicious. The yorkies were amazing, fluffy but also somehow crunchy (an interesting feat! )
I would definitely recommend this place, great for bringing out of town friends or guests.
....they did play some strange music though (pussycat dolls? Really? )more
You know, I actually had a good time at this place. But it was the company rather than the food or (some of the) wait staff that made it so.
Came on a Sunday afternoon, and enjoyed seating outside in the English 'Summer'. Ordered the highly overpriced steak (is it an English thing not to ask how I want it cooked? Not sure yet), although I'd be complaining less if I'd ordered the lamb, which...more