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The Queens Head, Byfleet - pub details

Address: 2 High Rd, Byfleet, West Byfleet, Surrey, KT14 7QG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27128) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Byfleet & New Haw (0.7 miles), West Byfleet (1.1 miles), Weybridge (2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.9/10 (rated by 17 users)
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Went in on a glorious spring day to have a quick pint en route home from a national trust visit. Good selection of well keep ales and a decent rose for the girlfriend. Can't say as much for the clientele though, one of whom gave me a filthy look for daring to order drinks ahead of a local who had just arrived at the bar. Weird that so many people would sit indoors with horrendous music on full blast on a beautiful day when there is a decent garden out the back. As we left the police had just arrived and entered the premises.... Would go back, briefly.
TommyRogers1979 - 29 May 2014 22:27
We hadn't intended to go to the Queens Head, but the Plough had no food due to kitchen refurbishment so we ended up here.

And actually it was OK. On a busy main road, the QH is a big spacious pub with TV, pool table and the like. Decor is basic. But the lady behind the bar was very pleasant and the range of beer was quite good. Doom Bar ( of course), London Pride, 6X and Old Hooky. We plumped for the latter which was very good, although both it and the 6X had run out by the time we came back for another, so it had to be the LP.

Menu was extensive and good value. Most dishes were in the £8.50 - £9.00 range. My ham, egg and chips was perfectly fine.

The QH probably won't win any awards, but as a drinking local it was fine. I'd have no problems in visiting it again.
ramblethenlunch - 8 Mar 2013 09:20
What an excellent place. Comfortable, good choice of reasonably priced beers and superb food.
LuvPubs - 12 Jan 2011 12:14
Nice local pub with well kept beers and food served every day, lunchtime and evenings (not sunday evening). Clean and bright, friendly bar staff. Juke box, fruit machines and pool table at one end of the bar area, plenty of room for sitting and talking at the other end of the pub if you don't like the music on the box. Large screen TVs usually only for Sports. If you want something on, just ask. They have all the channels.
London Pride, Youngs and Doom Bar normally available, a wide choice of draught lagers as well.
Some very interesting local history photographs on the walls.
Car park, small garden and well equipped childrens play area at the rear.
B&B also available.
computerbob - 1 Dec 2010 16:31
I should add to my review that the overall price for the Sunday Lunch was reasonable - 50 for four of us including a bottle of wine - much less than some restaurants and that there is a good play area for the kids. Great
thejones - 22 Nov 2009 15:49

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