We visited this restaurant for lunch when we took a one day tour of London. Its in walking distance from Buckingham Palace and gives visitors the opportunity to eat traditional English food in a historic pub.
Favorite Dish: My husband and I both had the shepherds pie and it was absolutely delicious. We both wanted more when we finished.
Surrounded by skyscrapers, this pub restaurant was built in 1864 and named after Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert.
Appeals to tourists and is near Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Cathedral.
This is a grand old British pub, and very popular with both tourists and locals. We were told that members of Parliament often eat here as the Houses of Parliament are nearby. The decor includes an ornate staircase, a large polished mahogany bar, and large etched and cut glass windows which allow the sun to flood in.
We stopped for lunch in the middle of a busy day of touring, and the place was packed. Still, with a buffet, we were served quickly. It was crowded and noisy, and people at the table next to us were smoking which we found very unpleasant. Still, the food was good, the decor was lovely, and we would certainly eat there again.
is one of the oldest pub in London, the atmosphere is like original pub. The waiter/tress are good dressed and they are very kindly. When you enter you've to pay an 'entrance ticket' but you can eat what you want.
Favorite Dish: beef and meat and some typical english dishes