The winner of countless awards, this bijou pub in Shepherd’s Bush<br />has everything a food-lover could wish for from a bursting-at-the seams<br />wine cellar and 2 AA rosettes for its modern British menu<br />cooked by Head Chef Matt Reuther. A Victorian gin palace dating<br />from 1829, the Princess Victoria has been lovingly restored with<br />duck-egg blue walls, stunning parquet floors, eclectic antique<br />furniture and ornate stucco sky-lights, and the centerpiece of the<br />restaurant is the antique, 14-seater oak table which is perfect for<br />dinner parties and celebrations. There is a large bar area as well<br />with regularly changing ales and a walled-herb garden for<br />summertime al fresco dining.
£25 and under
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217 Uxbridge RoadShepherd's BushLondonW12 9DH
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- Shepherd's Bush Market, Underground
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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
Been here twice for Sunday roast: fantastic roast. Get here early, though. It fills up absurdly quickly. Very family friendly, though, which makes the place that much warmer.more
Dinner at the Princess Victoria the other night - after a manic day at work broadcasting Gordon Brown's resignation live... and a long journey from WC1... was satisfyingly comforting. The bread was delicious, very crusty - although it arrived seconds before our mains - we both had pumpkin and ricotta ravioli with pickled mushrooms - very well made pasta, decent filling - although the sauce...more
I have been quite a few gastro pubs in London around Westbourne Park and Queensway. Most of them good looking people and lovely enviornment situated in a good location.
Princes Victoria on the other hand is very kewl. The crowd is local and a bit older. People here are lovely, the staff and the bartenders are kewl and the food is fabulous. I would strongly encourage you all to check this...more