The Princess of Wales

146 Lea Bridge Road, , London, E5 9QB

SquareMeal Review of The Princess of Wales

Rescued, refurbished and treated to a large dose of TLC, this once-depressing tavern is an indicator that Clapton is ‘the new Victoria Park’. Out go gnarly punters you suspect might have been on first-name terms with Alf Garnett; in come Mâcon-Lugny, McHenry Hohnen Shiraz, draught ales from Meantime and Sharp’s, plus Aspall cider. Child-friendly, dog-friendly and a whole lot friendlier on the eye with its smart grey and pastel tones, The Princess of Wales owes its renaissance to Geronimo Inns (now part of Young’s, whose beers are also available). A big choice of Med-accented food includes stone-baked pizzas from the in-house oven, pints of prawns, pastas, aubergine parmigiana, steak sandwiches and chicken wrapped in pancetta with sage butter, plus assorted puds. Alfresco tables by the waterside are a draw whenever the sun shines on Hackney Marsh and its environs.

The Princess of Wales Location

146 Lea Bridge Road, , London E5 9QB

Opening times

Mon-Sat 12N-11pm (Fri-Sat -12M) Sun 12N-10.30pm

The Princess of Wales's Reviews

This restaurant has not yet any user reviews. Be the first one to add a review to this restaurant!

Book a table

Party Size
You won't be charged for this service.
Collect 100 with this booking

Contact The Princess of Wales

Job Title