Part of the Nicholson’s collection of historic London pubs, the Princess of Wales has everything a traditional English pub should have: ales on tap, welcoming staff and fish and chips. But on top of that, it's also a sausage and chop house specialist - take your pick from nearly a dozen different sausage varieties from venison and beef to pork and vegetarian options.
|Spesa media per un primo||£12.00 a clienti|
|Spesa media per il cibo||£25.00 a clienti|
Dettagli della location & mappa
The Princess Of Wales
27 Villiers StreetLondonWC2N 6ND
- +44 (0)20 7484 0748
- Trasporti pubblici:
- Charing Cross, Underground
Recensioni di Yelp
Les 37 meilleurs avis de The Princess Of Wales
Came here to meet some family for a drink. We sat upstairs and it was a cozy atmosphere. The fish and chips were definitely serviceable and the beer selection was good.
I wouldn't say it felt like a proper british pub but it definitely isn't a bad place to grab a drink if you are in the area.
The server was vey attentive so no real complaints. Continua
I met up with a friend here around 18:30 on a Monday night. It was very crowded - though much less crowded by 20:00.
There are about 10 beers on draft. They were generous to let me taste a few. They did carry a few IPAs.
At 19:45, they went around asking all of us to switch our beers into plastic cups, which was a little awkward but easy enough to do. Continua
Unfortunately, I didn't have Wifi to see that Alex gave this restaurant one star. The food was awful and the mulled cider didn't have any alcohol in it. The service was amazing but the food didn't match up sadly. Just don't come here. Continua
Friends and I had just finished walking all of London to see the sites and needed a place to rest our feet. We tried to go to Champagne Charlie's but it was unexpectedly closed. So after searching (which seemed weird for London not to have a pub within throwing's distance), we found the Princess of Wales pub.
We grabbed ciders and beer and headed towards the back where there was some... Continua
My wife and I were in London on vacation and you have to try a pub for a beer every once in awhile. The only complaint I have with British pubs is that that don't have American style IPAs. I asked a friend that lived there for 6 months, "Why not the move to IPAs?, These guys invented it" He replied that Brits drink in sessions after work and have lower alcohol levels.
This place was cool, but... Continua