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The Queens Head, Aylesbury - pub details

Address: 1 Temple Square, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, HP20 2QA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15045) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Aylesbury (0.2 miles), Stoke Mandeville (2.6 miles), Little Kimble (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.5/10 (rated by 21 users)
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The Queen's Head is located on Temple Square, which is another little oasis away from the shopping areas of Aylesbury. You can reach it by passing through the alleyway next to the King's Head. I understand they are owned by the same people. The Queen's Head is much quieter and far more intimate. But Doom Bar was the only real ale available. Still a nice, relaxing visit.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Apr 2015 20:10
What a great surprise, this pub is transformed, great choice of very interesting bitters all in top condition. Ver pleasant and helpfull staff, Steak and fish and chips were unbeatable.
economist - 30 May 2012 10:17
Now worthy of some of the better pubs in Aylesbury, but time will really tell. Very pleasant polished interior and good in the long Winter evenings as it is at the moment with the dim lightning giving it a bit of atmosphere. In my previous visits since the 'big refurb' they've usually have 4 beers on; Youngs bitter is the regular & Doombar is the 'occasional' regular (sometimes Landlord), the other two have been a Tring brewery beer/St Austell Tribute or something totally different & interesting - last night there was the usual Youngs Bitter but also 3 ales from the Wolf brewery in Norfolk - I tried 2 of the them & they were well kept, 50/50 if they should have been topped up though. They are experimenting with beer so it's worth taking a look. A nice pub.
Booze_Allen - 8 Dec 2011 18:04
A refurbished pub, looks very nice and cosy. Beer is a bit pricey , 3 real ales to choose from, 2 'boring' and 1 'interesting' went for the Tring Sidepocket, it was about the right temperature and wasn't off but it had no condition, it was as flat as a pancake. I wish them well.
Abteilung - 30 Oct 2011 21:07
Went to the Queen's Head a couple of weeks ago before seeing Corden play at the Waterside Theatre with a couple of friends and had a really good time. It didn't used to be much but it appears to have picked itself up - the staff are really good (having been a bartender/waitress myself i'm picky about these things) and the food lovely. Wine was delicious and reasonably priced and they had a good selection of real ales (local ones available too). Will pop back and try it on a sunday for a nice roast.
TamBey - 26 Sep 2011 10:56

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