Just a hop from Regents Park, The Albany is a city pub known for its fresh, seasonal food, sublime beers and great atmosphere. The well-stocked bar, serves a range of speciality and craft beers from around the world, as well as a large range of fantastic wines by the glass, offering something to suit all tastes. So whether it's the regular music nights or home-cooked Sunday roasts, there's no shortage of reasons to peel yourself away from the sofa and head for The Albany.
|Prix moyen par plat||£11.00 (USD 15.39) par personne|
|Prix dépensé en moyenne||£23.00 (USD 32.18) par personne|
Venue Details & Map
240 Great Portland StreetLondonW1W 5QU
- +44 (0)20 7387 0221
- Public transport:
- Great Portland Street, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Albany
Was here with a friend on a Friday night and give this one a meh. Decent enough but not worth going out of the way to visit. Good selection of beer and reasonably friendly staff but food portions (i.e. sweet potato fries) are small and ambience is only so so. more
Decent late night gaff. Added bonus of being open till the more reasonable midnight. It's always frustrating when bars shut at 11. Conveniently located by the underground station too. Big open bar with plenty of room and tables nicely lit with a good chilled ambience more
I walk by this pub every day and finally went in today for Sunday roast. Such a cool place. Friendly staff and helpful to my gluten free friend. The pork Sunday roast was brilliant. Delicious and generous! more
Not a bad location and most of the staff are friendly enough. Prices reasonable and food looked pretty good too. Why two stars then? Purely and simply because they don't allow vaping. In this day and age - and bearing in mind it does no-one any harm - that should be a negative stars review.
Ended up going fifty yards further down the road where the beer was better and I could vape to my... more
Capacious pub and comedy venue with a wide selection of ales, lagers, plus a few ciders.
Drinks aren't cheap - £5.50 for a single g&t, but they could be worse.
Downstairs is very intimate, with space for about 30-40. We saw Woody Allan ish and character actor Lewis MacLeod on a pre-Edinburgh run. Both generated plenty of lols.