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“We are glad that we tried it for first time”

The Prince of Wales
Ranked #60 of 597 Restaurants in St. Augustine
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $0 - $15
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: Late Night, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch
Description: Just listed in The Southern Living Magazine September edition as one of their 8 favorite locations in St. Augustine. We have been in the top ten on TripAdvisor for over 3 Years. Once you have dined with us you will come back. Serving all the greats from across the pond, including The Best Hand Beer Battered Fish & Chips In Town, just ask around. Over 30 Beers Wines & Ciders.
Reviewed March 30, 2013

Small and cute little restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. Our food portions were very large and tasted wonderful. Waitress took great care of us. Menu selection had a variety of choices. Can't wait to go back for another visit when my husband has a yearning for a cold draft beer and English food. I hope that we can share a half order of fish and chips as they are very generous with their servings. Location is super handy to all B&B's on Cordova as we were staying in one of them.

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Thank sweetgrits1950
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

Prince of Wales is a small hole in the wall located off the beaten path in downtown St. Augustine. This Irish pub is authentic down to the brogue of our waitress. We sought it out based on the recommendations on trip advisor for good places to get fish and chips. As it was a Friday during lent and 2 days before St. Patrick's day we figured it was the perfect option. The small fish and chips was perfectly sized for one. The fish was fried, but tasty not greasy. The chips were clearly fresh, not frozen, and delicious. Although underwhelmed by the decor, the quality of the food was enough to make us plan on a return in the future.

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Thank Kerry S
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

We walked to this English style pub from our B&B and found some of the best food in the city. The fish n chips are some of the best I've ever eaten and so large that you should share it between two people. We also had the potato poppers which were potato balls mixed with pepper jack cheese and fried, they were fantastic!

Thank italiarose
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Reviewed March 12, 2013 via mobile

The service was decent in this quaint little pub. Great location (though parking may be difficult), and the food is good, especially for the price.

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Thank Liesl32
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Reviewed January 28, 2013

Casual dining, fun service and very interesting British memorabilia. We had an enjoyable time.....the atmosphere added to the historic charm of old St. Augustine

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