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The Prince of Wales, New Malden - pub details

Prince of Wales

Address: 279 Kingston Road, New Malden, Surrey, KT3 3SN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7607) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Berrylands (0.5 miles), Norbiton (0.7 miles), New Malden (0.9 miles)

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The Prince of Wales pub name originates from the title The Prince of Wales. This is normally conferred on the heir apparent of the monarch.
Tuna - 26 Feb 2017 21:59
Still closed and boarded up.
leon99 - 9 Oct 2016 04:02
Now closed.
ScotchDrinker - 8 Jul 2015 12:27
I came on here to have a look at reviews of this pub out of curiosity rather than anything else and virtually all the reviews are fake/plants.

I think the fact that nobody else has reviewed the pub speak volumes. The pub looks very unwelcoming from the outside and the comment about "leafy New Malden did make me laugh.

OK New Malden is quite leafy around Coombe Hill however this pub is situated in the Arse End of New Malden next to Homebase and Matalan and also not too far from the sprawling Cambridge Estate.

Avoid! ! !
BeerGutt - 16 Jan 2013 10:02
Going to The Prince of Wales is always a treat and our last visit was no exception. Familiar with other upmarket establishments such as The Dorchester and The Ivy, we enjoy frequenting The Prince of Wales in Leafy New Malden away from the hustle and bustle of the West End.

I had the delightful mixed forest mushroom fricassee while my other half Penelope enjoyed the Salmon and Roasted artichokes in hollandaise sauce. The only complaint was the size of the portions. They were so generous, that neither of us had room for the sumptuous looking raspberry coulis on the sweet trolley.
The visit was a joy throughout, itís the fine attention to detail that sets this venue apart from others, such as the warm welcome provided by the maitre dí and the ambient music which makes for a delightfully relaxed atmosphere. Itís rare in this day and age to find a place that has a resident piano player, let alone one so versed with the likes of Chopin and Brahms.

A fabulous evening right through to carriages.

Tristan_Templeton - 4 Mar 2011 17:23

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