The Prince Albert Reopens

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The new-look Prince Albert opens its doors

The Prince Albert in Twickenham lies just a mile from the hallowed home of rugby - and the pub has recently enjoyed a ‘conversion’ of its own in the form of a two-week refurbishment.

The pub re-opened on 7th November with a fresh new look to the bar and restaurant, and a new secret garden that promises to be the town’s most popular spot in summer.

Crucially, while The Prince Albert has made a few cosmetic changes inside and out, the pub’s famous food offer remains unchanged.



One of Twickenham’s top Thai restaurants for a number of years, regulars will be delighted to know that the Thai kitchen continues to work its magic here, with an express lunch menu and takeaway service among the ways to enjoy authentic dishes crafted from family recipes handed down through the generations.

Alongside exceptional Thai cuisine, the pub will continue to serve up fine Fuller’s ales, craft beers, international imports, world wines and premium spirits. You can now also enjoy Fuller’s Brewer Street coffee at The Prince Albert, too.



And there’ll still be great entertainment on offer. One of the best pubs in Twickenham on rugby match days, The Prince Albert shows both Sky Sports and BT Sport channels on several plasma screens, including one out in the garden.

Visit The Prince Albert's website to find out more.