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Princess Victoria

217 Uxbridge Road, LONDON, W12 9DH

The building dates from 1829 when it was the terminus of a tram route from Acton. Not until it was rebuilt in 1872 did it take on its new vocation and grand 'gin palace' appearance thanks to architect William Bruton; he was known as 'the supreme music hall artist of pub architects'. In keeping with this heritage, today's Princess Victoria maintains a close relationship with a local gin distillery - Sipsmiths in Chiswick; the Gin Palace Extravaganza, a distillery tour, followed by a meal at the pub is an ever popular feature of their busy social diary. The brasserie-style menu ranges from fine charcuterie to steaks from the charcoal oven served with triple-cooked chips.

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Tel: 020 8749 5886
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Principal beers

Timothy Taylor Landlord, Portobello Pale


All day all week


24-28 Dec


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.

Princess Victoria, London w12
  • Princess Victoria, London w12
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