The Albion is an elegant late Georgian pub with a country atmosphere. They serve traditional British food including Sunday roasts as well as a wide range of ales. Major sporting events are available for viewing on TV. They also have a beer garden with vine-entwisted trellises and flower beds full of roses.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) par personne|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
10 Thornhill Rd
- +44 (0)20 7607 7450
- Public transport:
- Caledonian Road and Barnsbury, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Albion
If you're not home eating your mum's Sunday roast, this is potentially a good shout. The pub itself is surrounded by residences so it feels like a neighborhood gem. The ambience is divine, the dim, flickering lights and old, wooden walls make you yearn for the ye olde days of yore (even if you're only 22 and don't really know what that means). The roasts themselves are very solid - certainly... more
Decent food and the backyard patio is really fantastic for such a central location in London.
It's massive and very cute with a few plants and fairy lights!
I only ordered a starter to snack on, but it was good! more
Came here for a Sunday roast. They had a few options available, though not the duck that they previously offered.
They have roasts available for one or two people, ranging from lamb and beef rib and vegetarian options.
I got the 28 day aged sirloin with Yorkshire pudding. The vegetables were the best part. The carrots and parsnips were roasted perfectly. The potato wedges (likely fried in... more
As a new mum (to a 6 week old), I arguably need more drinks than the average pub patron. The Albion was an exceptionally accommodating locale for such desires, it seems. Upon arrival on a rainy Thursday afternoon, I discovered not just my friend and fellow new mum waiting, but three separate groups of new mums accompanied by their massive prams and sleeping babes. The Albion was a cozy,... more
It has the potential to be a great pub but everything has been organised so poorly.
Beautiful garden and setting, not too pricey and the food looked good.
However, it wasn't a very busy evening and there were only 3 guys behind the bar. Two of them working incredibly slowly without any hurry to serve people. The 3rd guy was polishing glasses pretentiously while the queue built up and up. I... more