Enjoy mouth-watering food and refreshing ales at this beautiful Georgian public house.
Located in one of London's most vibrant neighbourhoods, Shoreditch, feast on sumptuous food from the ever-changing seasonal menu, which also boasts a wide selection of beers, lagers and wines. The pub also caters for private parties with a private dinner room, and an array of entertainment, including live music.
Perfect for brunch, lunch, dinner and even a traditional Sunday roast, William IV is a great pub in which to relax.
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Venue Details & Map
7 Shepherdess WalkIslingtonLondonN1 7QE
- +44 (0)20 7490 3283
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
I stopped here for a late week day lunch. I had the avocado chicken salad, which was surprisingly delicious. Tender, juicy, and fresh grilled chicken with fresh greens and avocado in a light vinaigrette with Parmesan and flaked salt. They had three real ales on tap but had and additional two engines and eight craft beers on tap. They offered several several bottled craft beers as well. Seating...more
Très sympathique bar. Jeune et accueillant. Une belle offre de déjeuner le dimanche midi. On y a aussi passé une bonne soirée. Nice cool place to have a drink in the evening or a lunch (roast) on sunday.more
The William IV is just around the corner from me. It's a lovely little pub with a great interior. Sadly it's never been quite as popular as it deserves to be, and has changed managers a number of times in the past few years. In its current iteration, they've just launched a new menu with a new chef, and the food is pretty damn excellent, with a range of really good finger food, burgers and the...more
This isn't our local but we like it so much we make it our local.
Strolling around the area last night, warm weather, nowhere to be. We come across our old pal William and decide to stop for a drink or two. A chilled glass of white wine (or two), an American Pale ale and a Peroni later, we meandered home quite pleased with our happy hour hanging out the doors of William IV.