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The Prince Albert, Ely - pub details

Prince Albert

Address: 62 Silver Street, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8292) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Ely (0.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 26 users)
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Beer choice seems to have dramatically improved since my last visit as well as a restaurant built on the rear. Food was very good. We dislike Greene King products but their rare Dark Mild is a classic and this pub sells it. This pub and Draymans Son (ex Liberty Belle) are the only two worth seeking out in Ely in my opinion.
Steamer1 - 10 Nov 2015 12:55
Found myself with a spare hour in Ely during a brief visit. Called into the Prince Albert - friendly staff, very friendly locals and a wide range of well-kept real ales.
What a pity that I live about 400 miles away!
timgeaney - 29 Mar 2014 15:50
Went there every evening on a very pleasant three-night stay in the city. Brilliant beers, great landlord, lovely bar staff, pleasant garden, well-cooked food. Perfect! Best pub in Ely by miles
markusspartacus - 1 Dec 2013 16:54
Best beer pub in Ely with only the newly-opened Liberty Belle coming close. It has the feel of an old fashioned lounge with its carpets and striped wallpaper and no fruit machine or music. Six well-kept beers on tap included XX Mild, Thwaite's Nutty Black and - a new one on me - the superb Bath Brewery's Gem. Excellent, knowledgeable staff complete a very attractive package. Only slight downside is that it's sometimes a struggle to make your way through the semi-circle of regulars who crowd round the small bar.
Kenny260556 - 20 Sep 2013 22:42
This is how a local pub should be. Still struggling under the yoke of Greedy King, the Prince Albert offers a wide choice of Ale, Real Cider and Keg Classics, all kept in utterly fine fettle! In the summer, the garden is a treat - although the local church bells can be a bit much, but that's not the pubs doing.
A wide range of local custom and more and more passing trade make this pub inviting and welcoming.
I have nothing but utter praise for the Prince Albert. I have always been made to feel welcome, and I never feel I have been over charged when I leave. The XX Mild is a standard, which again, I applaud.
The kitchen and back bar areas *might* be rebuilt and I think this will only add to what is already a fantastic pub. Can I praise it any more?
Wondergnome - 29 May 2013 08:45

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