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Queen’s Head & Artichoke

About Queen’s Head & Artichoke

Once the beautiful Victorian interiors of this old pub were restored to their original glory and the first floor dining room opened, along with outside terrace for dining, the locals must have breathed a sigh of delight before tucking into some seriously good gastropub grub. Business folk crowd in at lunchtimes, while friendlier couples and groups pack in evenings and weekends. There is something here to suit most palates and pockets. The menu changes daily - another sign that they’re serious about food here - but we recently loved the fish chowder, and the aubergine, potato and spinach bhaji with yoghurt. The wine list is heaven.

Full a la carte


Spiced red lentil soup with yoghurt - £4.20
Chicken liver pate with chutney & toast - £5.50
Baby spinach & bacon salad with poached egg - £3.50

Main Course

Roasted chicken leg with pepperonata & new potatoes - £9.00
Rib eye steak with roasted & grilled vegetables & tarragon butter - £12.50
Aubergine, potato & spinach bhaji with yoghurt & bread - £8.00
Roast salmon with spiced vegetable & coconut stew - £9.00
Side orders- £2.50


Fig and almond tart with custard
Banana tatin with banana ice cream & toffee sauce
Citrus sorbet - all at £4.20


Menu changes daily.
Try a delicious desert wine to top your meal off, including Glenguin botrytised semillon ’00 375ml, Australian - £18.00 a bottle or £5.00 a glass.

Additional Information


30 - 32 Albany Street, NW1 4EA

Nearest tube:

Great Portland Street

Average Price:

£24 and Under

Opening times:

Mon - Sat 11am - 11pm
Sun 12pm - 10:30pm

Dress Code:

Casual but not sloppy

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