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Address: 469 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8HH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 345) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Brixton (0 miles), Clapham North (0.7 miles), Stockwell (0.8 miles)

Nearest train stations Brixton (0.1 miles), Loughborough Jn (0.7 miles), Herne Hill (0.8 miles)

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Really so disappointed with this place. Seemed really nice at first, but my salmon arrived half cooked, and all our side dishes arrived after we'd finished our mains. The waitress apologised for how long and disorganised it all was by saying they only have 2 people in the kitchen, everyone's shouting at each other! When we paid the bill we were accused of underpaying, which they accepted was incorrect when we showed them our receipts. A really yucky meal, with service which left an even worse taste in the mouth. Don't go there!
Penelopeee - 19 Jan 2014 22:12
Rude bar staff. Also - what kind of pub in London doesn't offer a single vegetarian option? We took our custom elsewhere - suggest you do the same.
benjaminbrown - 13 Jan 2014 11:01
Now simply called The Prince, the old Prince of Wales has been revamped into a trendy pub with an emphasis on food and a sense of open space. There are two handpumps serving guest ales (both from Rebellion in Marlow on my visit). It's a large space, and the outside 1930s Streamline Moderne building doesn't quite match the interior, which appears to hold echoes of a grand Victorian hotel - which the original Prince of Wales indeed was.

The clientèle are mixed, though mostly young trendy, and there's a good buzz and a relaxed atmosphere. People are well behaved and queue at the bar (I've never seen that before), and the pub appears clean and tidy. A decent place.
SilkTork - 26 Nov 2012 21:26
Turned up here on a pump-free evening when they hadn't had a delivery of bottled beer either. The staff were very nice and apologetic after my third attempt at an order was torpedoed. Really, the pub is too expensive to get away with this. The yard is a Soviet-style industrial enclosure with high walls like a prison. Worth leaving.
BitterShurn - 30 May 2011 17:44
Recently refurbished (it was previousely a bit of a dive) and offering a full on gastronomic menu they've really turned this palce around.

I've had the Sunday roast (lamb shank) and the calamari on another occasion, both were excellent.

At last a proper gastro pub in the heart of Brixton.
mabrown1979 - 28 Mar 2010 03:12

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