The Queen's Head & Artichoke is a gastro pub serving excellent modern English food as well as an extensive tapas menu. Food is served both in the lively bar and in the comfortable first floor dining room, which is available for private hire. Situated north of Great Portland Street tube station, the Queen's Head & Artichoke is within 5 minutes walk from both Warren Street and Regents Park tube stations.
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The Queen's Head & Artichoke
30-32 Albany StreetRegent's ParkLondonNW1 4EA
- Public transport:
- Great Portland Street, Underground
I think the bad reviews must have been written by the owner to keep out the tourists. This is a first class pub. It is well run with great drinks. I had Gin and Tonic with Hendricks! Doesn't get better. And the clams with linguini were fresh and home made. Ten stars. Also we ordered the roasted pork also was a ten.
Words can't do enough to compliment this great pub.more
Love this place has my favorite British Beer. Doombar and has good tapas. Have been here several times. You can't go wrong.more
Stepped in on a busy Saturday afternoon this slightly noisy and busy gastro pub near Regents Park was always going to be busy! Anyways we shared some small plates of calamari, prawns and a Greek salad along with some ok Italian wine. Nice surprise to be able to get it by the carafe. The food was very tasty and enjoyable. Service efficient although the staff could smile a bit more. Maybe it was...more
See the reviews below if you want to know about food, as I only ever use this pub for a drink.
The pub is located a few minutes walk away from Great Portland Street and Regent's Park. It seems to be quite popular in the neighborhood, as I pass it multiple times a week on the way to the gym and there always seems to be a good amount of people drinking outside.
The interior is cozy and has the...more
i can't tell you what the prices are like, since one of my vendors took me here for lunch during a work trip out to london a year or so ago. all i can tell you is that this place was amazing - from decor to food to service. the establishment is, like all joints in london, this tiny little old school place with old paintings on the walls and old school tables/chairs on the floor. through and...more