At The Duke of Cambridge, Battersea’s foremost gastropub, they cook comforting pub classics and inventive fare, using only the best of local, seasonal produce.

It’s been a mainstay of the area since it opened doors in 1890 and is right on the doorstep of Battersea Park. You’ll find cask ales, craft beers and an extensive range of wines, along with fresh twists on traditional Sunday Roasts. Whether you’re looking to kick back with a hearty meal and a pint or a wholesome family affair, Duke of Cambridge deliver on all fronts.

In warmer climes guests can head outside for some al fresco food on the terrace, where there are trellises of fresh flowers and umbrellas to dine under. Indoors has a distinctly British pub feel and a huge mahogany bar.

Head down on a Sunday and choose from Angus striploin of beef, chicken marinated in lemon and thyme or Dorsey lamb with rosemary, or a nut roast for veggies, packed with peanuts, carrots, hazelnuts, herbs and couscous. Got eyes bigger than your belly? There’s also a trio of roasts for just £18.

Battersea Park and Queenstown Road stations are both just down the road from Duke of Cambridge, a short ten-minute stroll away.

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Sunday Lunch
12pm - 9:30pm

  • Gluten Free
  • Dog Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Nut Free Options
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Groups
  • Private Dining
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Vegan options
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Disabled Access
  • Children Allowed
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