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The Queens Head, Petersfield - pub details

Address: Village St, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU32 2AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30539) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Petersfield (1.2 miles), Liss (2.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Half Moon Hotel, Sheet (0.1 miles), Harrow, Steep (0.6 miles), Good Intent, Petersfield (0.9 miles), Red Lion, Petersfield (0.9 miles), White Hart, Petersfield (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Queens Head, Petersfield

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Early Saturday lunchtime found us in need of refreshment, so driving by thought we would give it a try. Looked closed, but after avoiding the big potholes in the car park, found it was actually open for business. Front bar had three or four locals enjoying the ambience of the log fire. Fortified by a delicious pint of Copperhead at £3.20 we chose our eats from the limited menu, and very good it was too. Not outlandishly expensive, but a definite cut above the usual pub grub. A real gem, still retaining the atmosphere of a bygone age. Friendly staff, good service. Recommended.
Ravenousdrythroat - 8 Jan 2013 16:49
Recently refurbished. Four bitters on tap. Reasonable food. Barman's English limited.
AndrewW - 16 Jun 2012 15:25
Lovely, lovely food! We visiting the Queens Head in the quaint village of Sheet after a drive down from London. We were absolutely blown away by the food the Italian "cook" (he refused to be called a chef :) presented. A small but enticing Italian influenced menu and everything cooked to perfection. Also being close to the sea, the seafood on the menu was what was in season and very fresh. The highlight was the rack of lamb for 2, which we did have to wait for it cook, but was absolutely worth it. The Chocolate Souffle Surprise was also worth the wait of being cooked fresh, we just wished we hadnt' shared it.

The only down-side to our lunch was the limited choice (and poor quality) of wines from the Bar. Although being a small locals pub I guess you can't expect a massive selection.

I couldn't recommend Sunday lunch here enough, especially as a nice change to the usual bog-standard sunday roast of most English institutions.

W14ers - 6 Jun 2011 11:09
Lovely village pub, especially the quaint back bar with its long benches and dart board. Good beers on offer, friendly staff. A great stop-off at any time of the year.
oxenhillshaw - 26 Apr 2010 16:50
wasted a wonderful couple of hours here a couple of Saturdays ago after cycling. through Steep (now on the way to Churt and ultimately Aldershot)..superb beer...especialy "a swift one" (or something like that) a village festival to come...most decent barstaff...the Pub sign is most intriguing...either Picassoid or Anne Boleyn just as the axe was coming down..
wolseley - 7 Jun 2009 00:06

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