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Prince George is located in Dalston on a residential street, a world away from Kingsland Road. Unlike some of its neighbours the pub hasn’t been refurbished and retains a “proper pub” feel.

We visited on a Saturday night when the pub was bustling. There are plenty of beers and ales on offer including our favourite Honey Dew. The music is good think Joy Division, The Cure and The Smiths, loud enough to hear, quite enough to talk, and there is a pool table in the back room.

Because of its location the pub attracts a mixture of punters from old to young. There seemed to be a lot of people having birthday drinks which meant there was a great atmosphere. The Prince George is the ideal place to spend a Saturday night catching up with some friends. Our only grumble was the people holding seats and tables for their friends…..this isn’t Tenerife and you’re not German!

Prince George, 40 Parkholme Road, E8