Prince of Wales, Kilburn
This fairly traditional, if a bit quirky, pub in the back streets of Kilburn has a lot going for it, though the smell of stale fag smoke does linger a bit - what must it have been like to last this long after the smoking ban? It's a massive pile with lots going on and what appears to be a dedicated following. Advertised when we were in last were karaoke, a disco, the regular quiz and a Sunday pool tourney. It does food, which is all prepared by the attached Malaysian/Thai restaurant (that appears to do karaoke as well - obviously a popular choice), including a few English dishes. Most of the regulars were eating Thai when we were in last, which is probably not a bad thing. The biggest complaint we had was the only bitter on the bar was John Smiths. It's nothing to go out of your way for, but you could do a lot worse. Besides, where else can you go to a karaoke/disco/quiz?
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99-101 Willesden Lane, Kilburn, London, NW6 7SD
020 7624 9161
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How to find the Prince of Wales pub
Turn sharp right out of the Christchurch Avenue. At the end of this road turn left and walk down Willesden Lane. The pub is on the right. It's about 10 minutes' walk from the tube.