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10a Strathearn Place
London, London W2
020 7724 1191

latitude: 51.513627
longitude: -0.171122
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overall average: 81.67

this location does not have wifi availableWifi Available | this location has cask availableCask Beer | this location does not allow indoor smokingIndoor Smoking | this location does not have adequate parkingAvailable Parking
this location is not close to public transportationPublic Transit | this location uses proper glasswareProper Glassware | this location has outdoor seatingOutdoor Seating | this location is not family friendlyFamily Friendly
Value: Moderate
Based off of 1 review.

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Selection: 3.75 | Service: 4 | Atmosphere: 4.5 | Food: N/A
dorandbob's (272) view dorandbob's forum profile send dorandbob a private message Overall Score: 81.7

The Victoria is another great small Victorian-era pub. It sits on a corner and has outdoor seating on both sides (with intriguing outdoor heaters that consist of a tall flame surrounded by a metal cage). Inside, a long dark wood bar with stools fills most of the space. The bar back is fantastic. It’s made of dark carved wood and mirrors, some with gilded decorations and others with complex painted designs in bright varied colors.

Heavy black and red curtains edge and top each frosted/etched glass window and there are cream-colored embossed tall ceilings. At one end of the pub there is a coal burning fireplace with an elaborate carved and gilded wood surround and mantle that is topped by a print of young Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and four of their young children. Other Victorian decorations are various prints and a set of moralistic ceramic tiles. There are another two rooms upstairs, one of which is a cozy space with a fireplace and tufted padded green leather chairs and couches.

There are 3 Fuller’s real ales to choose from. On our first visit, these were ESB, London Pride, and Chiswick Bitter. On our second, the last was replaced by Red Fox Autumn Ale.
reviewed on: 2008-11-10 14:58:38 this review is based off of 2 or more visits