Well cooked reasonably priced meals in comfortable restaurant. Recommend booking as very popular, particularly at weekend.
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I found the Queens Inn to be a popular village pub in the heart of St Martins. The staff were friendly and helpful and there was a local real ale. Inside, the pub was rather old-fashioned and drab. There was a pleasant beer garden but...More
We visited a couple of times when staying in the area. They managed to fit us in on both occasions without a booking. There was plenty of choice on the menu and when the food arrived it was plentiful and tasty. All in all, a...More
Thank you for your very positive review. I will pass on to all my staff. Kind Regards Jomnathan
Oh we tried, we really tried to find just a dinner, warm and with at least some taste. We didn't find it here. Should we have known better? Maybe, after all it's a pub, not a restaurant. Probably we should have washed the food down...More
Thank you I think?? Don't know how to respond so I won't bother. Kind Regards Jonathan
The Queen's Inn is a nice old-fashioned pub, conveniently situated in St Martin's. There's a good selection of beers, wines and cider, but the highlight is definitely the food, with some modern twists on traditional pub food, and high quality ingredients cooked simply. Fresh fish...More
We called in for lunch three times whilst on holiday. Although busy we were found a table each time. Always a warm welcome and excellent service from manager and staff. A good, varied menu with excellent specials that changed each time. Food was cooked beautifully...More
This must be the Best Pub Grub in Guernsey. Service is quick and friendly. Gets busy on Fri and Sat!
Thank you for your very positive review. I will pass onto all the staff.
We visited the Queens just by chance, well what a surprise. Great menu, very reasonable prices and big portions. The steak and ale pie was full of steak cooked in individual dishes. An added bonus finish by 7.30 pm and you 10% off the food...More
Never had a bad meal. Reasonably priced, piping hot food, varied menu and Maria is the best and most lovely lady ever :)
Thank you for your very positive review. I will pass on to all the staff.
Right opposite the church in St. Martins, we had an evening meal and a sandwich lunch here. A nice pub, good service, plenty to eat i.e. large portions. A good pub meal. We had turbot for the evening meal and crab sandwiches and chips for...More
Thank you for your very positive review. I will pass onto all the staff. Kind Regards