The Prince of Wales is a warm and welcoming south London pub that has been recently refurbished. It is situated in Cleaver Square, a beautifully-preserved Georgian gem, close to Kennington tube station, the Oval and the Imperial War Museum.
We serve traditional, home-cooked pub food and have a daily specials board. The staples of the menu include home-made pies, fish and chips, lasagne and stroganoff.
The pub is reputed to have been the favourite watering hole of the Richardson gang, arch rivals to the Krays, during the 1960s. Now actors, judges and politicians can often be found enjoying a quiet pint. It is always a favourite for those going to the Oval to watch cricket.
This is a great place to wind down after a busy day at work or a hard day’s sight-seeing and on summer days and evenings an added bonus is the lively petanque and boule matches taking place in the centre of the square.