|In a word: Organic-gasmic|
|Food: Organic, seasonal food and booze = perfect|
|Service: Attentive, swift and knowledgeable|
|Presentation: Clean and simple food-wise, rustic pub interiors without that eau de stale beer!|
|Ambience: Buzzy busy vibe, but not overwhelming – which I love – you can hear yourselves across a table.|
|Location: Tucked away down a back street in Islington, it’s about a 10 minute walk from Angel tube station|
|Value for money: Starters for under £10, mains under £20, desserts £6 – regular London prices for beautiful dishes from top notch organic, seasonal, sustainable ingredients.|
|Worth a visit: If you like really tasty wholesome food, organic produce and to support ethical producers, then you must road test the Duke of Cambridge for yourself.|
The Duke of Cambridge has to be my favourite place to eat in London.
- Firstly, it’s organic as certified by the Soil Association.
- Secondly, Riverford* supplies much of the organic and seasonal ingredients and produce.
- Thirdly, organic booze = no hangover!
- Oh and fourth, it’s a twenty minute walk from our home.
Perfect. Yes, I’ve come to view the Duke of Cambridge as pretty perfect. I love the fact that the pub focuses on serving up the best organic ingredients from an ever changing menu; from lunch to dinner, from day to day, and from season to season. It doesn’t get much better than this in my opinion.