Prince Alfred, Marylebone
our final review
posted by FAP on 14/11/1999
This is quite a pleasant old pub, retaining some of its orginal features which givie it a relaxing air of history and respectability. It's been brought up to date with TVs and machines but there are still enough nooks and crannies to get away from them. OK beer, can't remember anything remarkable about the range and we've never tried the food.
It's now a restaurant
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118 Marylebone Lane, Marylebone, London, W1U 2PJ
From Bond Street, cross Oxford Street, turn left and then right, up the alleyway (St Christopher's Place). Go to the end, cross Wigmore street and carry on up Jason Court to Marylebone Lane. Carry on until you nearly reach the end of the lane and it should be in front of you.