A rich rugby history runs through The Princess of Wales Blackheath, being the spiritual home of Blackheath Club, the oldest in the world. Today, this Victorian pub serves gourmet British recipes, Sunday roasts, and boasts a popular garden with covered areas and heaters.
Carefully sourced seasonal ingredients go into The Princess of Wales Blackheath menu, with classic flavours showcased in dishes like slow-cooked British short rib with creamed potatoes, tender stem broccoli and bone marrow sauce. There are fresh seafood dishes like homemade Devon crab cakes or pan-fried sea bass with asparagus, as well as international additions like the smoked USDA brisket sandwich with pickled red chillies and fries.
A selection of cask ales are on tap at The Princess of Wales Blackheath, as well as international beers, cherry-picked world wines, and artisan spirits. For pudding, there is a great choice, including sticky toffee pudding with vanilla bean ice cream, and rhubarb and ricotta cheesecake.
Perched on the edge of Blackheath, The Princess of Wales London feels like a rural escape from the bustle of the city. Blackheath Rail Station is only 4 minutes' walk away.