Sloeberry Trading Limited
The Duke Of Cambridge
30 St Peter's Street
London N1 8 JT
Telephone: 020 8986 5384
THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE ORGANIC PUB
30 St Peters Street, Islington, London N1
Enquiries & reservations 020 7359 3066
The worlds first certified organic pub, The Duke of Cambridge was opened in December 1998 in Islington, London N1.
• 1999 Evening Standard Pub of the - shortlisted
• 2000 Time Out Best Gastro Pub - winner
• 2002 Soil Association Restaurant Award - highly commended
• 2002 Good Pub Guide Pub of the Year - winner
• 2003 Observer Best Sunday Lunch - 3rd place
• 2004 Observer Best Sunday Lunch - shortlisted
• 2006 Observer Best Bar - 2nd place
The pub has been critically acclaimed by The Guardian, Telegraph, Times, FT, Independant, Daily Mail, New York Times, Evening Standard, CNN News, News at Ten, BBC News, BBC Value for Money programme, Norweigan News, Time Out, Design Review, Buisness Age, Vouge, Marie Claire Uk and Japan, Eve, Red, Waitrose Mag, Elle and many many more .
The Duke is Soil Association Certified. Examples of the the daily changing organic menus can be seen on this site along with a listing of The Duke's excellent organic beers and lagers. The pub has an extensive list of over 40 wines carefullfy researched to find the best organic wines of the world.
You can enjoy a meal or a drinks in the bar area (three quaters no smoking), or dine in the seperate restaurant area (non-smoking) with its new conservatory or in the summer on the front terrece tables.
In May 2005 we converted the courtyard into a stunning conservatory transforming the restaurant area into a light warm and airy dinning room. With huge cedar trusses, glass roof and under floor heating, the conversion is proving to be an enormous success with our customers.
The conservatory is made from wood from renewable sources and recycled materials while maintianing features from the original Victorian outhouses and courtyard. The floor is made from Welsh slate and the beautiful art deco conservatory doors, recalimed from a London bank are made out of mahonangy and copper.
12 noon - 11 pm Monday - Saturday
12 noon - 10.30 pm Sunday
Lunch and Dinner
12.30 - 3.00 & 6.30 - 10.30 Monday - Friday
12.30 - 3.30 & 6.30 - 10.30 Saturday
12.30 - 3.30 & 6.30 - 10.00 Sunday
BY TRAIN AND TUBE
The nearest underground station is Angel tube which is on the Northern Line (Bank branch). The overground trains go to Highbury and Islington (Thameslink and North London line)
DIRECTIONS FROM ANGEL TUBE
Turn right out of the station up towards Islington Green, at the green the road spilts into two - take the right side, Essex Road for about 100 yards and St Peter's Street is the first on the right, the Duke is about 200 yards down St Peter's Street on the right.
The most regular stops are Islington green or Angel tube station. Bus numbers are:
• 4 Waterloo/Frien park.
• 38 Hackney.
• 19 Finsbury Park/Battersea.
• 73 Stoke Newington.
The Duke is on a cycle route and there are places to lock your bike outside. Please take care though, as with everywhere in London theives are about.
"Duke of Cambridge organic pub, 30 St Peter's Street, Islington please!"
There are lots of paying meters outside the pub.You can park on single yellows and free on meters after 6.30 Monday to Friday, 1.30 on Saturdays and all day on Sundays and Public Holidays.
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Last update : 11/11/2007 @ 23:37
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