In the upmarket backstreets of Islington the Albion is a classy late Georgian pub noted for its good food. There are three main bar areas - a front bar which is typically pubby, the rear lounge is comfortably furnished and a large dining area which faces the huge patio garden.
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The menu changes with the seasons, offering dishes to suit all palates and appetites. Typical sturdy meat dishes such as Tamworth pork chops, or a huge rib of beef for two, or a succulent burger, are contrasted by delicate sea trout or smoked haddock fishcakes. The Sunday roasts are very popular too.
Only one gripe - poorly behaved children with oblivious parents.