London’s Biggest Pub Garden Is Getting A Fairytale Makeover For The Summer

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West London’s most creative drinking and dining hub is reopening in April.

From the outside, The Prince may just seem like an unassuming Victorian pub but, on the inside, it’s a giant foodie hub that takes up almost an entire street.

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This April 2018, the buzzing west London venue is getting a beautiful spring/summer makeover, which can only be described as an intimate speakeasy combined with a fairytale garden. And, as it’s from the team behind Pergola on the Roof and Pergola Paddington Central, you know it’s going to be good.

The venue occupies the former Prince of Wales pub and four previously disused buildings, each of which have been converted into restaurants. You can expect to see the likes of burger bosses Patty & Bun and Thai heroes The Begging Bowl making a triumphant return, as well as new faces such as Coqfighter with their legendary fried chicken, and Foley’s Bao & Yakitori Grill serving up tasty bao buns and delicious grilled meats.


Everything is connected by a stunning English garden out the back, where guests can bring food from any of these restaurants and come together in a magical setting. There are also three bars and two rooftops to choose from, making this the ultimate summer hangout (and—frankly—trumping most other alfresco spots).

The Prince reopens on April 12th. 

Location: 14 Lillie Road, SW6 1TT. Nearest station is Earl’s Court. Find it on Google Maps.
Opening hours: Monday 12pm–10pm, Tuesday to Thursday 12pm–11pm, Friday 12pm–11.30pm, Saturday 11am–11.30pm, Sunday 11am–10pm.
Price: it’s free to book for up to 199 people.
More information: from their website.

Georgie Hoole

Georgie Hoole

Georgie is Deputy Editor at Secret London. She loves a trendy café and is all too familiar with the extortionate price of a coffee in the capital. She enjoys the finer things in life (like red wine on a school night and eating Ben and Jerry's straight from the tub) and hasn't quite grasped the concept of adulthood yet.

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