Monday, 26 April 2010

The Prince Albert

The Prince Albert pub is another Geronimo Inns' gem. It's superb location definitely pulls in the punters. Situated just on the other side of the Albert Bridge, opposite Battersea Park, it's got the South of the river relaxed vibe and is only a skip and jump for those who never leave Chelsea.

As with all Geronimo Inns, it's interior is stylish and homely. It has a warm home from home atmosphere, is incredibly welcoming and are really put at ease. You feel you could curl up with a paper by the fire and spend a whole Sunday there. Whatever time of day, or for whatever reason, it's a great place to meet up with friends, family, or for work.

Its wonderful atmosphere is by no means its only merit. It has a great menu too. It is sophisticated pub grub, or rather pub food with a twist. You can get your traditional salmon fish cakes and macaroni cheese, or spice it up with Lincolnshire smoked eel and horseradish cream or Duck cottage pie with red cabbage, followed by Rum & raisin cheesecake or a British cheese board with oatmeal biscuits and chutney.

The quality of their food is of paramount importance, and you can really taste the difference. They only use fresh ingredients, no frozen foods, and use local quality food wherever possible. If you're only there for the drink they have an extensive wine and beer list and a whole load of yummy nibbles to accompany.

The service here is also top quality, which makes it even more enjoyable to go to, and even easier to laze there all day! You are encouraged to stay and relax, and are never made to feel rushed out.

Incredibly reasonably priced, good value, great service and delicious food, I can see why this popular pub has become so many people's favourite local.


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