Prince of Wales is a London pub at 169-171 Lyham Road in Brixton, London.
This pub offers vegetarian meals on the menu, TV for sports events, real ale, a food menu, outside seating.
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There are lots of other pubs and bars nearby:
The Windmill Pub is in Blenheim Gardens, Brixton. It is less than ¼ mile from Prince of Wales, and offers food, TV for sporting events, vegetarian dishes, real ale, live music, late license, car parking, outside seating
The Sultan is at 37 New Park Road in Streatham Hill, London. Prince of Wales is about ⅓ mile from the pub. It offers vegetarian dishes, TV for sporting events, real ale, food
The White Horse Pub is in Brixton Hill, Brixton. The pub is approximately ½ mile from Prince of Wales, and offers air conditioning, DJ, outside seating, vegetarian dishes, TV for sporting events, real ale, live music, late license, fo... more
Grand Union is at 123 Acre Lane in Brixton, London. Prince of Wales is approximately half-a-mile away. It offers food, cocktails
Here are some restaurants close to the pub:
Negril is a cheap place to eat in Brixton Hill, Brixton. It is less than ¼ mile from Prince of Wales pub, and offers outdoor seating. Its menu serves Caribbean food
Bombay Inn is a restaurant at 220 Brixton Hill in Brixton, London. Prince of Wales pub is about ⅓ mile from the restaurant. Bombay Inn serves a variety of authentic Indian dishes to eat in or take away. A free home delivery... more