The winner of countless awards, this bijou pub in Shepherd’s Bush has everything a food-lover could wish for from a bursting-at-the seams wine cellar and 2 AA rosettes for its modern British menu cooked by Head Chef Matt Reuther. A Victorian gin palace dating from 1829, the Princess Victoria has been lovingly restored with duck-egg blue walls, stunning parquet floors, eclectic antique furniture and ornate stucco sky-lights. There is a large bar area as well with regularly changing ales and a walled-herb garden for summertime al fresco dining. We also have an elegant 'Room Upstairs', perfect for special events and celebrations.
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217 Uxbridge RoadShepherd's BushLondonW12 9DH
- Public transport:
- Shepherd's Bush Market, Underground
The food was great, staff were friendly and attentive and the general vibe of the place was just really nice!more
If I could give it six stars, I would. I only wish the menu changed more often so I could visit more frequently!
The wine list is excellent (though it gets expensive quickly), and the interior is beautiful - it used to be the Shepherds Bush tram station.more
Beautiful building, nice atmosphere
Nice drink selection
The bread. Oh, the bread.
Some food selections were sublime (thai sausages and the fried mussels!)
The steaks were disappointing (two different steaks; two sets of Texan tastebuds)
I'm between a 3 and a 4, because the steaks were so very boring and disappointing after the culinary prowess of everything before, but the high points were...more
Stumbled onto this place during a walkabout in Sheperd's Bush the other weekend. Really cool layout with major skylights in the dining areas - it was too bad the rain was falling on said day. Didn't order any food, but by the large quantity of tables filled with people muzzeling down different dishes, I am only assuming the place has good grub. Way out of the way from where I live, but it did...more
This newly restored and refurbished pub / gastro is sure to be a winner with the local clientele. A bight and airy feel to this Victorian building, with a large bar area and plenty of space and tables to enjoy your food. When I visited the barman who it later turned out was the owner was extremely pleasant and helpful from the minute I walked through the door. Situated on the Uxbridge road it...more