The Albany (London) Reviews
Description:240, Great Portland St, London, W1W 5QU, Tel: 0871 917 0007
Newest Review: ... didn't feel that I was in the middle of the city as it just seemed like a 'little place on its own'. Having looked at the menu, I wasn't really that impressed. I was surprised to see that the pub actually serves quite classy food - the type of food you would expect to see in a three or four star hotel. Studying the menu, there wasn't really that much that took my fancy, and I think that had ... more
Customer The Albany (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 03/05/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
We were staying at a hotel in Regents Park and so after arriving on the Friday afternoon, we went out searching for somewhere to eat. We looked at a few places in the area, however there wasn't anything that really appealed to us, and so when we came across The Albany we decided to give it a go. The Albany is a pub located on Great Portland Street which serves food. I would describe the place as being very unusual. At first I thought that it looked a bit 'dull' and 'depressing' but it was the fact that the place was very busy with youngsters that made me think, this must be a great place. The place is made from wood; wooden benches, tables, wooden ... Read the complete review
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