Once the beautiful Victorian interiors of this old pub were restored to their original glory and the first floor dining room opened, along with outside terrace for dining, the locals must have breathed a sigh of delight before tucking into some seriously good gastropub grub. Business folk crowd in at lunchtimes, while friendlier couples and groups pack in evenings and weekends. There is something here to suit most palates and pockets. The menu changes daily - another sign that they're serious about food here - but we recently loved the fish chowder, and the aubergine, potato and spinach bhaji with yoghurt. The wine list is heaven.
Venue Details & Map
The Queen's Head & Artichoke
30-32 Albany StreetRegent's ParkLondonNW1 4EA
- Public transport:
- Great Portland Street, Underground
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
Food was good, wine was amazing, staff were wonderful and vibe was awesome! I would definitely come back here! Loved it!more
I'm surprised this place doesn't have higher reviews. Sure, it's tucked away and it's just your average pub in terms of ambiance and feel. The service isn't anything to rave about however the food is ridiculously delicious. Shockingly good! My friend and I went because we were hungover, and it was close. We had a couple tapas, the slow roasted lamb, and the homemade gnocchi. It was the best...more
I have been to this pub many times, and while I mostly go for a drink, I have also tried some of their great food. It can get very busy in the summer months, close as it is to Regents Park, and having its outdoor tables face south and west. For me, it really shines (no pun intended) on cooler days, though, with its wood interior, good wine selection, and comfy couches.more
A cosy, comfortable pub in an area that doesn't boast much competition.
It has a tapas menu to choose from, we didn't eat so we were the people getting a little annoyed that practically all the tables were booked (but empty upon our arrival) so we had to stand and look at the empty seats we wanted to sit on. Yep, it's one of those places. Are you a pub or a restaurant?
Still, if you can grab...more