With the famous indie Gate Theatre upstairs, The Prince Albert is a bustling central London pub, full of character. Full of nooks and crannies, there is plush seating, an intimate fairy light-lit beer garden, and a constantly-rotating selection of craft beers from around the world.
As well as classic British pub grub, the Prince Albert menu boasts irresistible street food from around the world. Fried chicken soaked overnight in milk then rubbed in secret spice is a popular choice, and there are chicken wings and barbecue pork ribs, perfect for sharing. Fully-stacked burgers come with a huge variety of fillings, ranging from pork confit, to poutine and jerk chicken. There are Korean additions like barbecue-glazed beef tacos and miso rice bowls, and gourmet hotdogs and salads.
Mouthwatering desserts at The Prince Albert Notting Hill include banoffee salted caramel sponge pudding, and the cookie and peanut butter tower. The selection of craft beers from around the world is extensive, and is constantly updated.
Bringing exciting street food recipes and indie theatre to the comfort of a city pub, The Prince Albert London is 2 minutes' walk from Notting Hill Gate Tube Station.