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The Queens, Ludlow - pub details

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Address: 113 Lower Galdeford, Ludlow, Shropshire, SY8 1RU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42669) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Ludlow (0.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 43 users)
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Christmas Eve is definitely when the Queens has much more of a pub feel than one of a wine bar or restaurant. As usual, it was full to the gunwales. Does tend to be more locals there than tourists (if that is important to you). The Butty Bach was decent enough but it was probably too late in the evening for me to appreciate it properly :)
paul_d102 - 28 Dec 2016 10:46
Decent pub which is both tidy and comfortable.

Service good but not outstanding. Beers reasonably good.

woldul - 27 Apr 2015 14:11
It’s difficult to tell the age of this place. The outside is brick, but immediately inside there are low wooden beams in front of the bar. Round the corner and down some steps is a high ceilinged area which is obviously a more modern extension. The toilets are straight on from the main entrance, down a flight of steps and a passageway. There are several warnings that they are for customers use only – it would be very easy to sneak in without anyone at the bar noticing ! There is also said to be a large beer garden out the back, but I didn’t manage to find it.

The furniture is very modern indeed and gives the feeling of a wine bar rather than a pub – however it is possible to sit at stools at the bar. Furnishing on the walls is minimal, but there is a board listing all the local suppliers of ingredients for the food.

Food is of the wholesome home-cooked variety. I had the venison pie which was probably the most unusual dish on the menu. It wasn’t cheap (£9.95) but was absolutely gorgeous, and the portion was so enormous I couldn’t manage to finish it (almost unprecedented !)

There were 4 or 5 mainly local beers on handpump. I had the Hobson’s 3.8 Bitter which was really nice. [ Only complaint about the beer was the lack of dark beers, not that I would have necessarily chosen one ]

Recent reviews have complained about the standard of service in this place, but I have absolutely no complaints on that score. It was friendly, efficient, and the food arrived very promptly.

8/10 – a really good friendly pub

Martinsh - 14 Apr 2015 00:06
Pleasant pub/restaurant. Can't say us lads felt that welcome. Beer was good, especially the Butty Bach. Service was Okay, but could have been friendlier.
CharliesBeer - 6 Apr 2015 00:35
Decent enough pub, if a bit like a restaurant than bar.

Couple of real ales, including Ludlow brewery and Wye Valley. Reasonably good.

Food served daily. Service a little lacking.
boozyfi - 28 Feb 2015 01:00

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