Prince Albert, SE10 8RT

The Prince Albert was a locals' pub in Greenwich. The premises changed hands around the beginning of 2010, and the Greenwich Phantom reported in April that year that it was reopening as a gastropub called the Prince of Greenwich. This did indeed happen; see photo from March 2014.

The information below is retained for people who want to know what it used to be like as the Prince Albert.

Locals' pub in Greenwich.

bob visited on a Sunday afternoon in April 2009. I had a pretty decent pint of Sharp's Cornish Coaster for £3. They also had Courage Directors and Tim Taylor Landlord on. Music and a TV were playing quietly in the background. The TV was possibly getting slightly louder as a match was about to start. They had roast potatoes, crisps, cheese and biscuits on the bar for free.

According to their website as of April 2009, they serve food noon-3pm Monday-Friday, with bar snacks all day on Saturdays and the free snacky things mentioned above from lunchtime on Sundays until they run out.

Accessibility: No steps to get in. Ladies' was down at least one step. I suspect the gents' was upstairs.

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Last visited by bob, 19 April 2009. Opening hours and food times taken from the Prince Albert website, April 2009.

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