This brightly lit venue is not my ideal place for a drink but it was rather nice with a good beer, Roasted Nuts by Rebellion
Used to be a much darker (lighting wise) venue called Prince of Wales.more
I had my doubts about the Prince, but its charms quickly won me over.
At first glance it seems scruffy and for the first 10-15 minutes the music seems surprisingly loud, particularly on the Sunday evening my friend and I came by. But soon the attractions of this place put this all to one side.
The music, though loud, was pretty darn funky when I was there. Barry White if I remember...more
This is actually not as bad a pub as it was in my head. It's not really the sort of place that you would make you final destination, but good stop over, quick after work pint and generally an ok spot as locals go.
I popped in after work to do some more work after work, and as it close to the station, not out of my way and they have wifi, I thought I's give it a go. So, I ordered my pint of...more
They're redoing the kitchen so hopefully it means better food. It vascillates from great to horrible depending on who the ever changing cook is downstairs. The 2 for 1 steak/burger Tuesdays is a draw but be warned that you'll never get your steak cooked right (anything you say - rare, medium rare - seems to translate as well done).
That said, it's a great spot for drinks and the music on the...more
The Prince is one of those places that you end up in, and have no idea why. I can't really slate it, as i used to go here alot and although its ok (really only ok, mediocre, middling) it seems to lack something.
The music is always super loud in here, which makes conversation difficult, and i've witnessed a fair few fights and rowdy tramps trying to blag a beer - not the nicest advertisment...more