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“Good food, good service.”
Review of The Queens Head

The Queens Head
Ranked #1 of 84 Restaurants in Weybridge
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$17 - US$35
Cuisines: Gastropub, Grill
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Good for: Groups
Dining options: Breakfast, After-hours, Reservations
Description: The Queen's Head was built in the mid 18th century and has been both a coach house and courthouse (complete with its own gallows) before becoming a pub many years ago. Step inside and the character of the building is felt in the cosiness of the snugs, the welcoming bar, the warming open fireplaces and the lovely low ceilings. Our open kitchen shows we are as serious about our food as we are about our ales - the menu features French brasserie dishes with an English pub twist and everything is cooked fresh on the premises. We have a delightful, professional team here to greet you and make sure your visit is relaxing and memorable.
Reviewed 27 March 2014

We went for an evening meal and weren't disappointed by the food or service.
The atmosphere is good, you can watch the kitchen staff cook, service excellent - polite, cheerful, friendly, the starter was excellent and the steak beautifully cooked.
Two downsides:
no grain mustard available,
the dauphinoise potato was really awful. It was cut from a slab like a thin slice of cake, was tasteless and almost artificial. If it were possible to create dauphinoise from a 3D printer it would taste like this. I complained to the manager who was very helpful, apologised and brought fries which were fine. All in all an enjoyable meal.

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Thank Richard49014
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Reviewed 22 February 2014

Been to Q H before Oct 2013 with friends and the food was expensive but edible. We were given loyalty vouchers. Went again in Feb 14 to be totally disappointed. Even after vouchers were deducted it was as someone mentioned Dog Food. We had roast beef from the Sunday special menu. The two minute slices were 1.5 millimetre ! Thick and about 5 cm in diameter, so tiny. They looked and tasted as if warmed up most probably in a microwave as they were shrivelled and dry as well as raw in round shape patches. One medium potato each and a sprinkle of careless something tiny bits of cauliflower and a cube of cooked carrot each to serve as salad. All 'swimming' in a teaspoon of gravy ! This at about £14 per person! All served on a massive dog ball plate to take a lot of space on your table. Get down to earth. What an insult to your guests. We work locally and we live in Teddington where we will avoid your sister pub.

Thank Maglip
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Reviewed 18 February 2014

We walked in to have some lunch, only to find that the pub resembled a dog kennel! In the pub area there were three dogs - two were sitting by the table where people were eating with one with his head on the table. The other was roaming around the pub smelling the place out. Why do they do it.? It's a restaurant pub where they serve food! My wife has asthma so we left.

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Thank Truthis_13
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Reviewed 18 February 2014

Often go here - consistently good food, friendly service, well kept ales, thoroughly recommend to families and couples

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Thank Andy P
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Reviewed 27 January 2014

Went last night with friends had to wait over 20 minutes for a drink and the service was very slow. Staff very pleasant and food good but disappointed with disjointed service.

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