“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
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.