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The Queens Head, Weybridge - pub details

Queens Head

Address: 1 Bridge Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8XS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20639) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Weybridge (0.8 miles), Addlestone (0.9 miles), Byfleet & New Haw (1.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 29 users)
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Decent pub with very friendly, helpful staff. One end of the pub had the eggchasing on, the other end was gastro-food oriented, but still possible to find a happy medium between the two to stop by for a quietish drink after a walk along the River Wey, with the Twickenham winter beer in good form.
PhilR - 12 Mar 2012 09:08
I had the special sausage salad. It was greasy, overdressed with salad dressing. I then had waffle and caramelised apple. The waffle was a waffle -indistinguishable from one bought at waitrose. All the desserts on my table came with a liberal dusting of icing sugar - why? It just deadens the taste .
Friendly service though, and everything was clean. The brown paper table covering was a bit cliche rustic and rather annoying as it kept catching on our legs when we moved.
hounddog2 - 1 Nov 2011 02:21
We meet some friends here on Friday,having not been here before I did some online snooping first, after reading some of the quite frankly odd comments here I thought my friends had lost their minds. I was however pleasantly surprised the Pub staff were friendly and the beer good (Pint of Doombar). While there was a wait for a table in the restaurant (we hadnít booked) it was worth it, the food was great, the service spot on and while it was on the higher price end for a pub (not extortionate) there was a set course menu that was good value. There is an open kitchen and I could watch the chef cooking my steak on the grill that was almost in the restaurant. the only confusion is that there seems to be something going on with Raymond Blanc here but it is certainly not Michelin starred food more like a good country Pub with a good restaurant.
JamesHill. - 12 Jun 2011 12:22
Great pub, one of us went here for some clowns wedding couple year back, it were triffic plenty boating, free plonk,since then its changed hands into more of a brass -erie, sadly misleading, no thomas moores anyplace, although we both went here looking for boilers, whilst having a meal with said clown and Ebdon brothers, the clown and the Ebdon jnr complained constantly about their happy meals. We both liked it more than them and didn't complain as much mainly cos we got no bottle. Although saying that boono did give the waitress a shock when he promised her some fun for wonga Didn't assist in the overall discount we received from Raymondo White.
el_spic_and_el_phick - 27 Dec 2010 15:56
Food distinctly average I'm afraid. Also couldn't believe Raymond Blanc would be happy. Service very friendly though, they didn't seem to mind when we sent a dish back! If you want a decently priced pint and friendly atmosphere check out conservative club, on a wednesday they have fantastic open mic night. And you don't have to be conservative to go there. I've checked!
Bimbling - 14 Oct 2010 09:33

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