The Prince of Wales is a quintessentially British pub, with all the qualities of a great local coupled with industrial-chic decor. The bar is characterised by exposed brick, wooden panelling and retro pendant lighting. The conservatory-style function area is also a great setting for private parties, from a formal sit-down meal to a more relaxed drinks gathering. Those hoping to dine will find classic pub grub like pie of the day and juicy beefburgers, coupled with more eclectic dishes. There are also a number of excellent vegetarian options such as the delicious grilled halloumi and sweet potato burger, and the rich Moroccan vegetable and feta tagine. In winter the cosy yellow armchairs are certainly inviting, while the pull of this venue in summer is the secret beer garden that’s tucked away around the back. Where better to enjoy Fuller’s craft lager or a pint of draught beer?