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 Shepherd’s Bush, this legendary bar and restaurant is a must-visit for the gourmands and Londoners who simply enjoy the finer things in life.
An elegant experience awaits you at The Princess Victoria. This stunning restaurant in Shepherd’s Bush 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 Shepherd’s bush 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.
Top pub in all counts! Food, staff and service is always impeccable. Nothing further needs to be said. Cool walking down the street of heaven.
Pub is very cosy, lovely Sunday roast, really welcoming staff. Highly recommend if you're looking for somewhere to go for a drink and a meal.
A fantastic Mother's Day trip out - Kind & friendly staff, great service & a lovely atmosphere! We will be back again soon. Many thanks
Great Sunday roast; just a pity I wasn't well enough to eat it all. Will definitely go back to enjoy it. Reserve your place to avoid disppointment.
Having grown up next to this pub and my mum still living next to it, it has always been close to my heart, the food is excellent and the atmosphere and gin selection superb, my only disappoint is some times, especially at the bar and sometimes in the restaurant it is apparent as to who they want in this pub and who they do not and I have found that frustrating very frustrating, I hope the pub does not forget it is located next to a council estate and those people have the same rights to buy a drink in this pub as anyone else, I drink in there every QPR match day and we dine as 7 people monthly so it is not like we are not contributing to the success of this establishment less so than anyone else.
First time visiting The Princess Victoria and we were not disappointed. Food was lovely and quite large portions. The servers again were lovely and it felt very comfortable to be there. It was quite busy being Mothering Sunday so service was understandably a little slower but I would definitely recommend and we will be visiting again.
The meal at The Princess Victoria was delicious! I have been to this venue a couple of times now and it never disappoints. The service was efficient and friendly, and the unexpected addition of the quiz was highly enjoyable. I would happily visit again and recommend to any of my friends/family.
We went there for our post-civil-wedding dinner and it was a lovely intimate evening with just a few friends. I've always liked this gastro pub and was sad when it was closed, but the new refurbishment this place has undergone really brings out its character even more than before and the food was even better than I remember. Staff was friendly and helpful as always. All in all, a great experience and a place worthy of favourable recommendation.
Friendly, helpful staff and lovely, buzzy Sunday lunch atmosphere. Clearly very dog friendly so felt like a pub in the country. Tasty dips to start but the flat bread was a little too charred. I enjoyed pumpkin gnocchi which was delicious but came without the promised rocket salad. Unless the garnish was the salad? My husband's roast beef and daughter's burger were both hugely decadent and succulent. Left us all too full for the famous sticky toffee pudding though. Next time...as we'll definitely go back. Maybe avec pooch.
We had a wonderful, relaxed evening celebrating a birthday with some close friends. Overall atmosphere and ambiance was great and nice touch of historical feel by an 1829 built pub. Food was excellent, and all staff were attentive, helpful and with a good sense of humour. I had often driven past, but will certainly return!