Great gastro-pub menu with daily specials, superb cocktails, excellent wine and premium beers. Funky music playlist. Sunday roasts all day. Neighbour hood bar and restaurant. Private dining room for parties, meetings and celebrations. Outdoor seating heated serving sheesha. Book on www.pvkensington.com or Toptable. Winner 2013 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Princess Victoria, Kensington
25 Earls Court RoadKensingtonLondonW8 6EB
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- Kensington High Street, Underground
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So the Decor in this place is fabulous, they even had candlestick holders with monkeys holding up the candles and chandeliers on the ceilings. The bar downstairs is wood paneled but in a modern way so its cosy without being over bearing.
We just popped in here for a drink after a trip to the park, the bar was fairly busy and the only free tables were ones with high stools at them, so we...more
Namesake aside, I do love this place. I always have fun and it's got a great atmosphere to it.
I can't say I've ever eaten, but I've spent maaaaany an evening wondering where the past (insert high number) of hours have gone.
Reasonable on prices for spirits, and super friendly behind the bar.
Haven't ever tried the food, but lots of people regularly do - and bring big groups to do so - so...more
Stumbled onto the Princess Victoria while we were headed for the Waitrose to pick up some groceries. This was our first night in London and we were hungry and not particularly interested in traveling too far from our flat. This place had a gorgeous exterior and the peek inside looked even more gorgeous. We decided to give it a whirl.
Dear friends, this is why I Yelp. Bam! Checked-in and up...more
They have a lion here! Ok, it was only a dog with what appeared to be a lion's mane, but it was impressive.
I got a table in front of an extended upholstered bench and went up to the bar to get a Guinness, which was poured well and included a clover leaf .
There were old people here as someone else mentioned, but no emo crowd that I saw. It was a good experience and I am tempted to offer...more
We dropped in on the Princess Victoria on a Saturday night after getting slightly sidetracked on Earls Court Road. It was sparsely populated with a young twenties emo crowd that seemed as chilled out as the twinkly Christmas lights hanging on the walls. I liked the ample bench seating and the vintage celebrity pics - it had the feel of a hip campus bar. Although we didn't stay long, I swear...more