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  • 5a Formosa Street, 
  • Maida Vale, 
  • London, 
  • UK, 
  • W9 1EE
0207 286 3287
Opening Hours:
11am -12am
Food Service Times:
12pm-10pm
Welcome to The Prince Alfred

A local’s favourite in Maida Vale since 1856 and located just minutes from picturesque canals of Little Venice and Warwick Avenue Tube Station, our beautiful pub boasts Victorian history and craftsmanship with an eclectic twist.

Our gift to you

This January we’ll be rewarding our Young’s On Tap customers with £10 off when you spend £30 dining with us - What better way to banish the Winter blues than a fantastic meal with us.

Burns Night Supper

Get ready to dust off your tartan for our January Supper Club on Wednesday 25th January when we will be raising a toast to Scotland’s most celebrated bard, Robbie Burns.

Sunday Roast

That long-overdue Sunday roast that we've all been waiting for. The ​best of British cut meat, crispy goose fat potatoes and the fluffiest of Yorkshire Puddings, all topped with mouthwatering gravy.

Welcome to The Prince Alfred

If you’re looking for a space that has charm and character, look no further than The Prince Alfred in North London. A local’s favourite in Maida Vale since 1856 and located just minutes from the picturesque canals of Little Venice and Warwick Avenue Station, our beautiful pub boasts Victorian history and craftsmanship with an eclectic twist.

Located around the corner from Lord’s Cricket Ground, we are the perfect pub for match day atmosphere, and that perfect pre or post-match pint with friends.

Celebrating a special occasion – anniversary or a big birthday? With lots on offer including delicious cocktails, a fantastic menu with daily specials and spaces for private hire, look no further than our beautiful restaurant or private cellars to make the most perfect memories.

Jared and the team look forward to welcoming you to The Prince Alfred.

Burns Night Supper

Get ready to dust off your tartan for The Prince Alfred’s supper club on Wednesday 25th January when we will be raising a toast to Scotland’s most celebrated bard, Robbie Burns.

In true Scottish style our dishes will include traditional haggis, neeps and tatties and some good-old cranachan! This three course supper is priced at £40pp and will include a wee dram of the world’s most awarded Single Malt Scotch Whisky, Glenfiddich 12 year old – served either neat or on the rocks to release those fruity notes and subtle oak flavours.