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The Prince on Brixton Road, just moments from the train station, is the perfect place for relaxed, informal dining.Sourced from the very best of artisan suppliers, here is quintessentially British pub fare such as Scotch Eggs, Burgers and Fish Cakes ??? through to dressed lobster and seasonal dishes, all accompanied with a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. Specials, inspired from global cuisine, change regularly, such as Chorizo Risotto, paired with a glass of the Montebuena Rioja, bringing tastes of the Basque Country to Brixton. From lunch through to dinner, The Prince is undeniably a choice destination, a fashionable but unpretentious place to feast with family and friends. Furthermore, when the sun shines upon the capital there truly is no better place to enjoy al fresco dining than up on the enormous Terraces, elevating you above the bustle of South London and taking you somewhere else entirely, like a holiday close to home... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/283934-prince-brixton
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The Prince Brixton

The Prince on Brixton Road, just moments from the train station, is the perfect place for relaxed, informal dining.Sourced from the very best of artisan suppliers, here is quintessentially British pub fare such as Scotch Eggs, Burgers and Fish Cakes ??? through to dressed lobster and seasonal dishes, all accompanied with a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. Specials, inspired from global cuisine, change regularly, such as Chorizo Risotto, paired with a glass of the Montebuena Rioja, bringing tastes of the Basque Country to Brixton. From lunch through to dinner, The Prince is undeniably a choice destination, a fashionable but unpretentious place to feast with family and friends. Furthermore, when the sun shines upon the capital there truly is no better place to enjoy al fresco dining than up on the enormous Terraces, elevating you above the bustle of South London and taking you somewhere else entirely, like a holiday close to home... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/283934-prince-brixton

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Description: The Prince on Brixton Road, just moments from the train station, is the perfect place for relaxed, informal dining.Sourced from the very best of artisan suppliers, here is quintessentially British pub fare such as Scotch Eggs, Burgers and Fish Cakes ??? through to dressed lobster and seasonal dishes, all accompanied with a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. Specials, inspired from global cuisine, change regularly, such as Chorizo Risotto, paired with a glass of the Montebuena Rioja, bringing tastes of the Basque Country to Brixton. From lunch through to dinner, The Prince is undeniably a choice destination, a fashionable but unpretentious place to feast with family and friends. Furthermore, when the sun shines upon the capital there truly is no better place to enjoy al fresco dining than up on the enormous Terraces, elevating you above the bustle of South London and taking you somewhere else entirely, like a holiday close to home... Read more at: http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/283934-prince-brixton
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The Great Northern Railway Tavern
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