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Queens Head, Little Eaton - pub details

Queens Head

Address: Alfreton Road, Little Eaton, Derby, Derbyshire, DE21 5DF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39485) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Duffield (2 miles), Derby (3.7 miles), Belper (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 11 users)
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New Inn, Little Eaton (0.2 miles), Fox And Hounds, Coxbench (1.2 miles), Red Cow, Allestree (1.4 miles), Bridge Inn, Duffield (1.4 miles), Windmill, Breadsall (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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How this place has made it into the Good Beer Guide is beyond my comprehension. Last night I had to send not one but two pints back as they were off and they were grudgingly changed. This did not stop the bar staff serving the beers in question to others. I''ve also found you need to keep an eye open for short measure and expect a sarcastic comment when you ask for your pint to be topped up. The staff just don''t seem interested in anything other than chatting to their mates and service is desperately slow. Food is overpriced, pretentious and of mediocre quality. The whole place could do with a good clean as well.
bitterntwisted - 31 Aug 2017 09:51
I called in for four pints of take out beer, had Everard's Tiger, which was excellent. On a Saturday lunch time the place had only diners in it. The atmosphere was spoilt by the annoying and quite loud music. Not really much of a drinkers pub.
ben23699 - 2 Feb 2015 19:54
Another successful venture by Derby Brewing Company. They seem to like their "new stuff in an old building" theme, and so do I. Like the Royal Standard and Greyhound the beer is always good quality and there is a decent range, prices may be a little above average. Most of the staff seem to be pretty good at what they do.
jarofporter - 15 May 2012 16:23
A rousing "bravo" for the Derby Brewing Company. Another dreary and outdated pub has been given a new lease of life and the Queen's is an impressive addition to this thriving stable. The DBC has a tried and trusted formula, first tried at the Brunswick and then polished at the Brewery Tap and the Greyhound, and they have stuck to it with excellent results. Some may carp about the degree of emphasis on food but this is still a haven for the drinker who values quality and variety. With the Hollybush and the Dead Poet's in close proximity, this enclave north of Derby is becoming a major attraction for that fraternity and I look forward eagerly to DBC pushing into Belper for their next venture.
Guzzleguts - 15 May 2012 14:44
First visit yesterday. DBC have done the now expected excellent job of rejuvenating this big pub. Feels a little bit more food-orientated than the Brewery Tap and The Greyhound, but none the worse for that.

The usual wide range of quality beers and the famous Rack are available. And there is a bus stop outside that makes it just 15 minutes from the centre of Derby.

Very pleasant walks from here to Holbrook and Makeney, so you could make it a great day out.
twohalves - 15 Jan 2012 10:11

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