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The Old Queens Head, Penn - pub details

Old Queens Head

Address: Hammersley Lane, Penn, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP10 8EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6404) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations High Wycombe (2.4 miles), Beaconsfield (3 miles), Bourne End (4.4 miles)

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Busy on a Wednesday night, predominantly with diners, and the majority of tables laid out for this purpose gave an indication of the primary focus of this establishment. A three drink round seemed pricey at £12+, the ale options of GK IPA or Ruddles County seemed rather pedestrian, and the clement weather spared us what would have seemed an uncomfortable indoor drinking experience.
Komakino - 3 Apr 2014 13:59
Cannot comment on the food but on the evening I went the beer and service (young man behind the bar who could pill a pint properly )were terrible and overpriced, The were two traditional beers on offer, Green King and Ruddles Country (£3.80) I left half the pint and went over the road to the Red Lion Give this pub a miss
KJFPE - 4 Apr 2013 16:18
Disappointing meal there on 31st March. Starter of Shropshire Blue cheese bake was bland with no taste of cheese,main dish of steak and kidney pudding used pigs kidneys rather than lamb reducing the flavour and the cake pudding was again bland and could have been any cake.Service was pleasant but half an hour between main course and pudding uunacceptable
BPHUGHES - 2 Apr 2011 11:43
I have eaten at this pub many times over the last 3 years at lunch, evening and Sunday lunchtime. If the carpark is busy, drive on. They are unable to deliver a good service at peak times which is a shame as I have had more pleasant than bad experiences here. I have noticed that in comparison to a year ago, the staff have completely changed and do not deliver the same respect to the customer as the previous bunch.

That aside, the food is very good albeit a little over-priced. The menu offers a fantastic selection to suit anyone's palate and is changed seasonally. The service is not as good as it should be for the prices you are paying. The building is lovely and the log fire in the winter is welcoming. If you want to eat in the restaurant part which is upstairs, book in advance as it is very popular.
Lornac - 8 Jan 2011 09:29
Went here last night for a meal...the Real Ale was appalling, so opted for Red Wine. Food above average, but Service, whilst initially very good, descended into chaos, so much so that when we went to pay the Bill, there wasn't either A) A single Waiter/Waitress to be found, and B) No-one behind the Bar that we could give 120 Cash to either! To all extent and purpose, we could have simply just walked out unchallenged!! Note to Manager: Toughen up with your Staff - they seemed to think that they were there just for a doss! Otehrwise OK-ish.
bitterboy1970 - 31 Jul 2010 12:17

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