On a balmy and blue-skied Sunday, there's nowhere nicer for a stroll than through one of our city’s Royal Parks. After a leisurely saunter through Regent’s paths, and working up quite the thirst, we headed to the next best place to be on a hot day - the pub. In leafy Primrose Hill, standing…
The Princess of Wales Pub in Primrose Hill is 150 years old but after a recent renovation it's boasting the best of two worlds. With a strong history of British traditions this warm and welcoming Gastro Pub has gone through stunning refurbishment. The Princess of Wales pub stretches over three floors, including an elegant first floor dining room, lower-ground bar and event space- perfect for booking a private event or tables for larger groups. Their Banksy beer garden (named after a mysterious lion stencil that appeared in 2011) is a Primrose Hill privilege where you can enjoy a Rhubarb Royale cocktail or a dry cured bacon breakfast bap. The Princess of Wales Pub serves great British pub food in a laid-back atmosphere, overseen by chef du jour Carl Clarke (of Hix and the Café Anglais).
The majority of ingredients come from British suppliers including Bath Pig chorizo, Wright Brothers prawns, Trealy Farm ham and London Cure salmon. Generous sharing boards and stone baked flat breads are perfect for two or more, Steaks/Chops/Big Plates will conquer larger appetites and sweet tooths can gorge on the strawberry and lavender pavlova or double chocolate and peanut butter brownie with salted caramel ice cream.
A wide selection of predominantly British spirits are served including Chase, Hendricks and Sipsmiths served with the classic ice and a slice or in a selection of tasty cocktails. A thoughtfully chosen wine list includes Chapel Down wines from Kent alongside Champagne, Prosecco, cask ales, organic ciders and good ol' London Pride.
Not just offering a new menu, the pub will be showcasing a fun and engaging series of regular events ranging from Tuesday quiz nights to the POW supper club on the first Thursday of each month, calling out to all London foodies. The Sunday Jazz sessions will continue to accompany the classic Sunday Roast, the perfect accompaniment to the papers and a freshly made Bloody Mary.
- Pub , Cocktail Bar , Event Space
- Chatting and Drinking , Private party , Drinking and Eating
- Camden, Camden
- Brunch, Cocktail Making, Live Music
- Happily Affordable ££
- London - Christmas Lunch, London - Christmas Dinner, London - Private Hire
- No Door Charge
- Over 18
- No queues normally
The Princess of Wales, 22, Chalcot Road, NW1 8LL
Chalk Farm (Tube)
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The Princess Room is a large open room with seven huge bay windows, tall ceilings and beautiful interiors. The gold and chocolate brown tones mixed with the dark wooden reclaimed floor are lit by two large chandeliers that are covered in velvet patch work bringing together all the tones of the room. Individual lamp shades light the sides and the furniture has a classic contemporary look and feel creating a warm environment in a large open space. It is the perfect venue for parties, seated breakfast, lunch or dinner, drinks receptions, weddings, showcases, exhibitions and much more.
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The Garden room is a bright and colourful room that has two unique areas and its own fabulous bar which leads directly on to our Banksy Garden. This area can make a wonderful space for a smaller party or a place where
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In June 2010, graffiti artist Banksy ‘struck’ in yet another night-time raid in the area and the artist silhouetted against the garden wall by the light set up in the beer garden.
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The Princess of Wales pub in leafy Primrose Hill has been lovingly renovated, re-established itself as a warm and welcoming local with great British pub food, quality drinks and a laid back atmosphere. Set over three floors that include an elegant first floor dining room, lower-ground floor bar, a garden room and the ‘Banksy beer garden’ (named after a mysterious lion stencil that appeared in 2011).