After undergoing a serious refurbishment, The Princess Victoria is once again opening its doors. Originally built in 1829 as a lavish gin palace, this London beauty is the perfect place to stun that special someone with an elegant dinner or drinks. Whether you’re hosting a private party in the 1829 Room or indulging in an extravagant Sunday roast, The Princess Victoria will certainly stun. Found on Uxbridge Road in White City, this legendary bar and restaurant is a must-visit for the gourmands and Londoners who simply enjoy the finer things in life.
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The staff at the Princess Victoria are friendly, efficient and professional. It's one of the reasons why it is such a successful local pub.
Of course missing a pub atmosphere, this can't be helped because of current situation. We enjoyed our lunch, much need chill out time after a busy working week. Lovely food, fab pudding. Thank you.
Great pub, lovely outdoor area. Pizzas good but fish and chips poor.
An elegant experience awaits you at The Princess Victoria. This stunning restaurant in White City has a long history. Originally established as one of London’s first gin palaces back in 1829, this bar and restaurant has seen a lot throughout the years. Interesting people from all of the world have passed through the doors of this historic restaurant for the famous scotch eggs and fine ales, and its recent renovation has created an atmosphere that’s more sophisticated than ever before.
For an unforgettable British meal in an upscale setting, The Princess Victoria in White City is where to go. This Uxbridge Road restaurant is home to classic English cooking ranging from bar food to big hearty roasts. Swing by for a relaxed Saturday lunch, enjoy a romantic evening out with that special someone or relax with the whole family during The Princess Victoria’s amazing Sunday Roast. Be sure to book ahead for this classic bar and restaurant – since the refurbishment, the restaurant has been packed with curious visitors and regulars.