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The Prince Albert, Twickenham

30 Hampton Road
Phone: 02088943963
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Graham Coombs left this review about The Prince Albert

Nicely restored in traditional style, with much woodwork and tastefully-decorated cream walls in the front bar, where a couple of large TV screens show sport, but quite unobtrusively unless there is a big match on. A small lounge part behind leads through to a large and smart dining area. Outside, there is a small enclosed patio at the front, and a very large tabled patio garden at the back. Two repeated banks of handpumps offered Fullers ESB, London Pride, Oliver's Island and Fresh Tracks, a seasonal white IPA.

On 14th December 2019 - rating: 7
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Quinno _ left this review about The Prince Albert

Suburban Fullers outlet with impressive exterior green tiling. A long and L-shaped interior done in a fairly traditional ‘cosy locals’ pub style (pub carpet, wood panelling etc), augmented by faux-sodium lighting. Impressively busy on our visit. Three on from the Chiswick stable; Pride, ESB and a decent half of Olivers. Ate here and the Thai food was very good as well as being competitively-priced for the area. A solid little pub that I’d have no trouble returning to. 7.5

On 4th July 2016 - rating: 7
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Rex Rattus left this review about The Prince Albert

This pub looks very impressive from the outside, with its original green tiling and festooned with abundant hanging baskets. Someone has gone to considerable effort to make this pub look attractive.
Being a Fuller’s house you’ll have a good idea of the ales that are going to be available. When I was in they had on Pride, Chiswick, Discovery and ESB. I went for the less regularly seen Chiswick, which is one of the better session beers in my opinion, for the pretty average price of £3.10 a pint. The food on offer is Thai, which is available in a restaurant (with at least one Thai waitress in national dress that I saw) that is an extension at the back on the right of the building.
The interior of the pub has been knocked through now of course, but it’s anything but a drinking barn, with a comfortable sitting area as you enter the pub, and the bar counter on the left with further drinking areas stretching back to the right. Most of the pub is carpeted, but with a smallish flagstoned area just before you reach the Thai restaurant. Furnishings are normal tables and chairs, and with the front area retaining some attractive panelling on the walls. There is some outside seating to the right of the pub, in front of the Thai restaurant. There were TVs on the walls showing the cricket, but muted, and the necessary evil of fruit machines was present. Late afternoon on Wednesday there were a handful of apparent local regulars in there, some of whom were in an intelligent discussion as to what to do with rioters. This struck me as the sort of pub where you could drop in for a pint or two and have a chat. It’s certainly worth stopping off here for a pint to break the journey from the Sussex Arms to Strawberry Hill Station. I’ll be happy to stop here for another pint sometime.

On 12th August 2011 - rating: 7
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Strawberry Hill, 0.41 miles, 7 min walk (show)
Fulwell, 0.73 miles, 14 min walk (show)
Whitton, 0.94 miles, 18 min walk (show)
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