The Princess of Wales
Pub: Mon - Sat: 12pm - 11pm / Sun: 10am - 11pm
Kitchen: Mon - Wed: 12am - 3:30pm & 6:45pm - 9:45pm / Sat: 12am - 9:45pm / Sun: 12am - 8:45pm
Address: 22 Chalcot Road, London NW1 8LL
The Camden hidden gem
A stone's throw from leafy Primrose Hill, this gastropub offers a tasty Sunday roast or mid-week meal. On tap is home-brewed lager, Princess Hells. The bar offers a series of infused gins that complement the cocktail menu. With 150 years of history, The Princess of Wales is a local favourite. Named after Alexandra, wife of Edward VII, this is a quaint corner pub, a gem to be found in North London. The main room features a front bar surrounded by a torus of tables with a kitchen to the rear. Upstairs, a smarter function room can be found. Downstairs you’ll discover another seating area with a small basement beer garden. Here you’ll find a suspected Banksy mural (clearly a fake) but which gives this pub some artistic merit!
Sunday roast and a pint of Princess Hells? Yes, please
Enjoy the traditional roast with a home-brewed larger or pop by mid-week and see what the kitchen is cooking up. You won’t be disappointed.
“I personally like the feel of the pub, it feels like home. Especially since lockdown when so many of our locals were home alone, it gives them a place to feel connected and there is always someone for them to talk to."
Loni, General Manager of the Princess of Wales