25th August 2021 0 Comments
The Prince Bonaparte welcomes guests back following a stylish refurbishment.
Steeped in history, the pub was originally built in 1850 and known as the Artesian. The historic site went on to become The Prince Bonaparte, named after Prince Louis Lucien Bonaparte who lived nearby on Westbourne Grove.
The Prince Bonaparte has been given a stunning internal and external new look, resulting in a fresh new feel that compliments classic features and pays homage to the building’s heritage.
With a renewed focus on food, chefs at The Prince Bonaparte have developed an exquisite new menu. From large cuts of meat to whole turbot specials and seasonal small plates for sharing, the menu caters for all.
They are passionate about serving seasonal and sustainable produce as well as using smoking, grilling and charring methods to produce truly unique and delicious dishes. From aged Picanha steak, seared scallops or grilled seasonable vegetables, 99% of the food offering will touch hot coals before the plate.
The Prince Bonaparte is the heart of the local community and that will never change. Whether it is a drink with friends or an evening meal we will always provide a warm and friendly welcome.