Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 6 and Version 5 of Prince Of Wales, SW11 3AE
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hours_text='noon-11pm Mon-Thu; noon-midnight Fri-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun'
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opening_hours_text='noon-11pm Mon-Thu; noon-midnight Fri-Sat; noon-10:30pm Sun'
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|summary='Now closed; was a reasonable pub near Battersea Park.' website=''||
summary='A reasonable pub near Battersea Park, now closed.'
summary='Now closed; was a reasonable pub near Battersea Park.' website=''
This long-standing pub closed in early 2014 to make way for a new Tesco, according to a Pubs Galore comment.
It was refitted by the Food & Fuel company around the end of 2009, and then acquired by Faucet Inns in mid-2010. We haven't visited since the Faucet Inns purchase — the comments below relate to the Food & Fuel incarnation.
Taking over from its previous incarnation as the Settle Inn, this place has inherited a stripped-out seating area, which may have once been two rooms, but is now one large space with bare wooden floors, slightly chilly in winter. A range of seating is available, all sturdy wooden furniture, with a few long tables. The sign on the front advertises a beer garden.
The bar has three handpulls for ale, with a fine cask of Meantime London Pale Ale (£3.15/pint), Adnam's Old Ale and Old Rosie cider available on a November 2009 visit. They also have draught lagers including Leffe, Erdinger and Bitburger, as well as Aspall's cider.
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