Queen's Head & Artichoke



Regent's Park

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Queen's Head & Artichoke 30-32 Albany Street
    NW1 4EA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7916 6206

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  • Opening hours:

    Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Lunch served noon-3pm Mon-Fri; 12.30-4pm Sat. Dinner served 6-10.30pm Mon-Sat. Meals served 12.30-10.15pm Sun. Tapas served noon-10.15pm Mon-Sat; 12.30-10.15pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Great Portland Street or Regent's Park tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £10-£16. Tapas £1.50-£12.50

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January can be little depressive, so few friends and i decided to take it by the horns and went out last Friday. The pub had just re-opened after Christmas and was buzzing with people. Their tapas menu was still a little short - but considering it was their first open day, it still had the all time favorites serrano ham croquettes and manchego cheese spring rolls. One of my friends had rabbit pappardelle, and I had a little 'dip bread in gravy' in her plate - delish! Anyway, long story short - I will be back time and time again, food never disappoints and the staff are super cool and friendly...good looking too :)


Hopeless. Have eaten in here a few times as it's very close to work. The food is pretty average and service is highly variable. As others have observed, it can be very slow. On my most recent visit I was served a pint of cloudy Pedigree which the barman initially refused to change saying 'it's supposed to be like that'! Eventually persuaded him to change it for a pint of Doombar, only to find this undrinkable as it tasted strongly of detergent. I gave up.