The Prince Arthur, Forest Road, Dalston

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The Prince Arthur
The Prince Arthur, 95 Forest Road, Dalston
London  E8 3BH
+44 (0) 20 7249 9996
Opening hours:
Sunday 11.30 AM–11 PM   Monday 4 PM–11 PM   Tuesday 4 PM–11 PM   Wednesday 4 PM–11 PM   Thursday 4 PM–11 PM   Friday 3 PM–11 PM   Saturday 11.30 AM–11 PM
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This pub has real ale, a food menu with vegetarian options.

More pubs nearby

Other pubs close to this one:

Spurstowe Arms is in Greenwood Road, less than ¼ mile from The Prince Arthur, and provides food and serves real ale

Prince George is at 40 Parkholme Road, less than ¼ mile away. It provides outside seating and serves real ale

The Victoria is in Queensbridge Road, about ⅓ mile from The Prince Arthur, and provides air conditioning and serves food

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Local restaurants

Lardo is an Italian restaurant in Richmond Road, less than ¼ mile from The Prince Arthur

LMNT is a pricey restaurant at 316 Queensbridge Road, about ⅓ mile away. It provides bar and sells vegetarian dishes

Ganges Tandoori Restaurant is a mid-cost Indian restaurant in Dalston Lane, about ⅓ mile from The Prince Arthur, and provides takeaway and sells vegetarian dishes

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