Prince Albert, Plumstead
An unremarkable venue for a drink on Plumstead Common, with average drink and standard décor. The Prince Albert doesn't distinguish itself in any way and the nearby Mill outshines it completely. It might be OK for a summer's day on the Common, though there's nothing remarkable drink-wise to draw you here. Update: the pub is currently under threat from a compulsory purchase order from Greenwich Council, in order to expand the neighbouring school, so we'll keep an eye on events.
9 Old Mill Road, Plumstead, London, SE18 1QG
020 8317 4026
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How to find the Prince Albert pub
From Plumstead railway station, turn right and walk up Griffin Road (or get the 53 bus - it's a vertiginous hill). When you reach the common, turn left and pass the Old Mill pub; the Prince Albert is a little further along.