A Hackney institution beloved by generations of old and new residents alike, The Prince George is a traditional Victorian pub situated on a leafy residential street. Head Chef Troy Cundy, who was born and bred in Hackney and trained with Ottolenghi, has carefully designed a brand new creative menu to compliment the traditional and craft beers, wines and spirits on offer. Add to this a working fire in winter, a street facing beer garden in summer and a jukebox for showing off your extensive knowledge of Bowie B-sides and you have a rather impressive option for a Saturday afternoon hang out.
Under the guidance of Head Chef Troy Cundy we’ve turned The Prince George into a serious destination for foodies. This isn’t just your bog standard pub grub, we’ve mixed things up to produce hearty fare with an inventive twist. Our menu evolves with the seasons and has included dishes such as organic smoked salmon with freshly bakes soda bread, grilled rare hanger steak with potato gratin & grilled gem or beetroot & goats cheese tortellini with almond & rocket pesto. If that doesn’t fill you up then you’ll be pleased to discover that we also offer a veritable feast of a dessert menu, which should appease even the most gluttonous of sweet tooth’s. Featuring dishes such as milk panna cotta with roast rhubarb & shortbread or a warm banana & chocolate with vanilla icecream and butterscotch sauce you’re spoilt for choice. Now get tucked in.
Perhaps you might like to fit in a little liquid refreshment alongside all of that jaw-dropping food? Oh you do, excellent. We can help you to choose an excellent bottle of red to perfectly compliment that delicious steak you’ve just ordered. Or perhaps you’d rather choose from our selection of white wines to pair with the beer battered hake fillet that’s about to be delivered to your table? Speaking of beer, we have quite the selection, all carefully chosen by our team for their taste and ability to refresh even the most weary of customers. From popular brands to the more niche independent brews, we’ve got it covered.