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Prince Alfred & Formosa Dining Rooms

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An amazingly well preserved example of Victorian interior design, this pub comprises a maze of partitioned snugs around an ornate main bar, each seemingly smaller than the next (did we miss the bottle saying ‘Drink Me’?).

In any case, the wow factor for first-time visitors is pretty much guaranteed, and there’ll be more exclamation when the price of a pint becomes apparent: your Peroni will cost upwards of four quid. That aside, the Prince Alfred is an atmospheric spot for an intimate drink, located on a quiet junction where Castellain Road, Warrington Crescent and Formosa Street meet.

Once you’ve gawped at the interior, try and get a scuffed wooden table outside on the pretty tiled front patio.

Venue name: Prince Alfred & Formosa Dining Rooms
Contact:
Address: 5A Formosa Street
London
W9 1EE
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-3pm, 6.30-10pm Mon-Thur; noon-3pm, 6.30-11pm Fri, Sat; noon-9pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Warwick Avenue tube
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