The Prince Bonaparte

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The Metropolitan Pub Company operate a number of pubs in Central and Greater London.

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD32.71) per diner

£25 and under

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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The Prince Bonaparte

Address
80 Chepstow Road
Paddington
London
W2 5BE
Public transport:
Royal Oak, Underground
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 22 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Prince Bonaparte

4.0 out of 5 22 January 2016
by Ed W.

I stopped here for drinks on a week night. The decor is modern for a pub. The bar staff was friendly and helpful. They have a good selection of ales and several real ales on tap. I didn't try anything from the kitchen.more

4.0 out of 5 6 September 2015
by Alison R.

A great place to chill, read, and eat well! Add the brilliant reggae music and a plethora of other funky tunes, and I'm in heaven.more

4.0 out of 5 3 September 2015
by Yvonne L.

Nice large pub, great staff who are friendly and very helpful.

Went here with a friend and we shared the BBQ chicken, Fries, Coleslaw and Corn which cost £30 and was absolutely delicious. We had to wait half hour for it to be cooked, which the waitress had told us, but as we were out for a social evening this was not a problem. We decided to have the aubergine marinated olives, I wasn't keen...more

2.0 out of 5 22 October 2012
by Mike C.

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

4.0 out of 5 27 November 2010
by Dina B.

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

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