The people behind two of the best summer hang out spots, Pergola and Pergola On The Roof, are continuing with their noble crusade to make West London cool with their third location, The Prince. This time, they’ve taken over a large pub and the adjacent buildings to create a humongous space for eating, drinking and hanging out. In terms of food, you’ll find a great selection, with Thai from The Begging Bowl, posh meats and cheeses from Rabbit, Vietnamese street food from Mam, and burgers from Patty and Bun. Even though the space is huge, definitely book ahead - it gets busy.
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