The Princesses' tucked away location makes it a perfect place to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of Old Street and Silicon Roundabout. The food is all seasonal and crafted with care, so you can expect fresh and complementary flavours throughout your meal. The staff are renowned for their efficiency and the drinks list is also mentioned as a highlight by reviewers and regulars alike. Try one of the local beers, such as Wandle Ale from Sambrook’s in Battersea or East London Brewery's Nightwatchman, or opt for one of the five rosés on the menu.
Venue Details & Map
The Princess of Shoreditch
76 Paul StreetLondonEC2A 4NE
- +44 (0)20 7729 9270
- Public transport:
- Old Street, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Princess of Shoreditch
OH.....EM......GEE, I wish the Shoreditch Princess was in the states!! Sunday Supper is the best - Yorkshire pudding over roast beef & Sticky Toffee Pudding for dessert. If 'pudding' is in the name, you can bet it'll be delicious! more
It's literally my favorite place to have Sunday roast in London. I've tried a few, but this is the best. The lamb roast is fantastic if you don't want to try the chicken or beef. The sticky toffee pudding is amazing! One of the best in London. I used to live across the strret from this place and whenever I go back, I have such fond memories of my time living in London. :) more
We had a very nice dinner here upstairs via the iron winding stairs.
Great gastro pub with the sort of food that will please everyone and they had a decent selection of real ale on offer. Staff were great and finished with a nice old school desert. more
We came here for Sunday roast. Although the service was uber slow... the roast and drinks were well worth it. I ordered the mixed plate but I would suggest you get the beef because it was really good. The pork isn't bad either but my least favorite was the turkey.
The line is very long as well so I would highly suggest you make a booking as most people advise in London. more
A beautiful little pub away from the main Shoreditch drag. It is less of a boozer and more of a serious foodie place which may explain it being less busy when most pubs and bars in the area are buzzing with crowds of people spilling out into the streets.
I have been here twice now and will make a bee-line again when next in the area. On the first occasion a friend and I met up here ahead of... more