A wonderful quirky pub that seamlessly blends British and Italian cultures
If you are looking for a quirky yet cosy and most welcoming place in Greenwich, look no further than the Prince of Greenwich! Situated just a short 5-minute walk from the splendid Greenwich Park and less than 10 minutes from Greenwich Station, this captivating pub is sure to leave you awestruck.
Upon arrival, you'll immediately recognise the place by its distinctive sign featuring the visage of a bearded man. This charismatic figure is none other than Pietro, the jovial owner, who, along with his delightful wife Paola, assumed ownership of the pub in 2015. They have artfully preserved the quintessential character of the establishment while infusing it with an eclectic assortment of trinkets and memorabilia. This unique and eccentric venue will make you feel right at home from the moment you step through the door, and your eyes will be delighted by a diverse array of sights, from framed pictures of jazz singers and antique jars to vintage ceramic wall plates. You might even spot a statue of a girl engrossed in a book within this lively, bustling pub!
Ciao real Italian food
Thanks to the Sicilian heritage of the owners, the Prince of Greenwich boasts a menu brimming with delectable Italian cuisine. Whether you're tempted by the irresistible pizzas, eager to savour fresh pasta dishes like the classic Carbonara or the innovative Red Mullet. Do you have a sweet tooth that needs satisfying? Don't resist trying the Cassatina Siciliana, a quintessential Sicilian dessert crafted from chocolate, ricotta, and marzipan.