A grand and stylish pub in the heart of Paddington, The Victoria is a historic building that's as old as Paddington Station built in 1838. Legend has it that Queen Victoria stopped off by the venue on her way to Paddington Station, it was named it in her honour and afforded an opulent atmosphere to reflect the royal.
Also the venue in which Charles Dickens wrote part of Our Mutual Friend, the pub's history is rich, abundant and undeniable. Since then it has maintained a reputation as one of the best pubs in the Paddington area, for it's quality drinks, friendly atmosphere and delicious home-cooked food. Also having won Fuller's Pub of the Year award both in 2007 and 2009, as well as twice winning Best Pub in Paddington and Bayswater with Time Out along with other awards, there is plenty of proof to reveal how revered this pub is.
Expect some fine English ales and an impressive wine list to choose from. Food wise, they serve traditional pub food everyday including Sunday roasts and pre-orderable buffets throughout the week. A lively venue as well, they regularly screen important, terrestrial TV, sporting action and run quiz nights every Tuesday.
- Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates , After work drinks
- Paddington, Paddington
- Happily Affordable ££
- Wheelchair Access
- No Door Charge
- 18 and over after 9pm
- Background Music
- Street Side Tables
- No queues normally
The Victoria, 10A, Strathearn Place, W2 2NH