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(formerly Prince of Wales)

14 Lillie Road

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Opening Times

MondayMidday - 10.00 pm
TuesdayMidday - 11.00 pm
WednesdayMidday - 11.00 pm
ThursdayMidday - 11.00 pm
FridayMidday - 11.30 pm
Saturday11.00 am - 11.30 pm
Sunday11.00 am - 10.00 pm



About the Pub

The pub together with the adjacent shop frontage reopened November 2017as a pop-up for a couple of years, whilst the vast Capco development takes place to its north. The restoration includes low-hanging brass lights, marble table tops and oak flooring, and a covered and heated 'woodland' garden (with plastic ivy and more). Blankets are provided for those chilly evenings.

The Garden area to the rear of the pub has been landscaped to provide a seating area for 450 people. With the total capacity of the complex at 800 this is more of a reasonably fast and varied licensed food court than anything else. The pub and each of the 4 rotating restaurant units connect to the garden via walkways. You buy your food in the restaurants, and then drink in the pub or in the garden area, on two levels, that has a big bar. There's a wide range of drinks including keg draught beer and lager.

Bookings are encouraged (for groups of 4 to 199); there are some tables for smaller 'walk-in' parties.

The site is listed as an ACV by H & F Council, expiring 2 March 2021.

Historic Interest

Large inter-war pub that was first licensed from 1868-1949 as a beer house. The pub was named in honour of the then Prince of Wales who paid several visits to the adjacent Earl's Court Exhibition grounds and entered them by a gate at the end of Empress Place at the side of the pub. The original premises were demolished in 1938 and rebuilt further back, forming a large front patio that was partly covered. The smart split level lounge bar also boasted a rear beer garden. Some attractive etched glass panes could be seen inside. Previously closed and due for demolition as part of the giant CapCo redevelopment of Earl's Court to the north. The pub was registered as an Asset of Community Value from 2 March 2016 by the Gibbs Green & Dieppe Close Tenant & Residents Association, and the West Kensington Tenant & Residents Association.

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14 Lillie Road

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51.486976, -0.197193


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Nearby Bus Routes (150m)

TfL: 74, 190, 430

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West Brompton

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West Brompton

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