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The Queen Inn, Winchester - pub details

Queen Inn

Address: 28 Kingsgate Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 9PG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2749) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchester (0.9 miles), Shawford (2.4 miles)

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Very nice pub and well worth the walk from the centre. It's a GK house but don't let that put you off as the always have interesting guest ales. Haven't eaten but the food looks great.
baxterfish - 7 Jul 2018 13:38
Since they moved the bar back there's more room to squeeze through from area to area. This place is nothing more than an average pub, offering average beers from Greene King. There are a lot better pubs in Winchester.
wolvesfan - 27 Nov 2015 15:15
A few years ago, I published a very negative review of this pub (scroll down, if you want to see it). At the time, it was a byword in Winchester for rude staff, lengthy waits, lousy food and possibly the most aggressive and obnoxious Landlady in Town. As others have noted, it's now a very different place. The food is fine (not spectacular, but perfectly acceptable pub fare) and the staff are pleasant and helpful. The infamous landlady is a thing (and I use the word advisedly :)) of the past.

Sadly, I can't drink beer any more, so I can't judge that, although I have heard that the stuff brewed on the premises is not bad at all. So, I take it all back and ask you to ignore my previous remarks.

It was always a lovely spot but now the service matches it. It's the nearest pub to where I live, so it's nice to be able to stroll down there for a drink, once again.
jhr - 3 Mar 2015 16:29
A real surprise for us. Unusually for Greene King pubs it has its own brewery and a fine selection of beers from small breweries including on our visit 2 dark beers. Some are on handpull but look to the rear of the bar where there are 4 casks on stillage including the excellent local Red Cat. It's a medium sized place but was full by 1pm Saturday and potential diners were been turned away so get there early. Food was typical pub grub and was fine. Unfortunately the brewery was being refitted so we'll have to return to try their own beers. I normally won't drink GK beers as I think they are awful but this pub was selling a GK Suffolk Porter which was superb apart from its confusing description as a rich stout
Steamer1 - 24 Jan 2015 18:49
This pub has recently had a major makeover for the better. Dark woods; comfortable sofas; real ale straight from their brewery and sometimes tapped from the wood. Worth checking out.
normality2000 - 7 Oct 2014 14:05

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