The Prince Albert

About

Greene King Local Pubs are located across the UK, they offer a warm friendly atmosphere are serve great british dishes throughout the day and evening.

Venue Details & Map

The Prince Albert

Address
418 Coldharbour Lane
Brixton
London
SW9 8LF
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7274 3771
Public transport:
Brixton Railway Station, National Railway
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Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Prince Albert

4.0 out of 5 25 June 2013
by Paul S.

The staff was super helpful for a couple of lost touristas. But we did have a drink and caught our breath and enjoyed the time there. Free wifi and cold beer, what more do you need?more

4.0 out of 5 27 February 2013
by Craig M.

Basically what Robert L. said. Read his review. He captures it perfectly.

You might want to leave before even buying a drink, and that's ok, but if you stick with it and relax then you could end up having one of your best nights out in some time.

One of the few remaining locals' pubs left in central Brixton.more

5.0 out of 5 8 August 2012
by Robert L.

OK, bear with me on this.

I've not given the Prince Albert 5 stars because it is one of the nicest pubs with beautiful decor or great ranges of alcohol and food. It is none of these. It's a spit-n-sawdust boozer with an often rowdy clientele, basic alcohol and I'm not even sure if they do food (if they did, I probably wouldn't eat here).

No, this ia a true Brixton institution and it's the...more

4.0 out of 5 19 December 2011
by Glen M.

Holy wow have I not reviewed this already? This is perhaps one of the best old man pubs in South London. You walk in and feel like, if Tarantino were British, there would soon be brains and blood on the wall.

Then you get a pint, settle down in the collapsing sofas (in winter) or out in the back garden (in summer) and you feel as community-minded as all get-out. These people would (could)...more

3.0 out of 5 1 June 2011
by Chris F.

An average pub. Based on their beers I presume the are a Greene King Pub. Fortunately my friend that visits every year at this time 'St Edmund' was in fine form, quenching with good cheer.

Attracts an older crowd than other pubs in Brixton, maybe because it stands out as a traditional looking place breaking up the bland modernity around it.more

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