The Prince Bonaparte has recently reopened after a stylish, Art Deco inspired refurbishment. Whether you would prefer a pint at the 1920s style steel bar, or to get cosy with a glass of wine in one of the lavish new booths, you will find the Prince Bonaparte is an elegant, comfortable pub that’s perfect for drinking, dining, chatting or simply watching the world go by. We welcome children and dogs. This is a listed 19th century public house with a huge wealth of history, and it’s only a 5 minute walk from the largest antique market in the world, Portobello. We are just a 10 minute walk from either Notting Hill or Bayswater tube.
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The Prince Bonaparte
80 Chepstow RoadPaddingtonLondonW2 5BE
It's a pub, it's a restaurant, but from my visit here, nothing really stood out. There's a view of the surrounding apartments but it's not really a high profile, high traffic area, so if you want a nice place where you just want to be left alone while you are getting hammered, than this place will definitely suit you.
Sure they serve the warm beer here and I did need to piss every 5 minutes...more
I came back here for a Sunday roast, and wow, was it ever good. Roast beef, with a ton of delicious roasted veggies and Yorkshire pudding. Staff were also super nice this time and very attentive.more
Wow Mr. Bonaparte you know how to impress a lady and her party! We arrived to a group of tables that were reserved for a friend's boyfriend's surprise party. The atmosphere was warm, cozy, and rustic modern -- without being too pretentious. We spent the afternoon amongst a good company and fine selection of ales and cider.
Their menu varies day to day depending on seasonal selections. All...more
I had the moat amazingly satisfying vegetarian dinner here. It was a savory beans and mushrooms dish, with roasted salsify and toasted triangles of polenta. My husband loved his salmon, and my kid loved her cheese plate.
We came early (gotta love jetlag) and had to hang out, drinking bitters and eating crisps, until the kitchen opened at 6pm. The service was fine, but the crowd was sparse.more