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Built in 1590, the Queen’s Head is a charming and stylish country pub in the picturesque village of Boughton-under-Blean with a warm atmosphere and excellent food and ale. Visitors can relax in the lounge by an open fire in the winter, enjoy a meal in the comfortable restaurant or soak up the sun on the veranda looking out over the pleasant garden during the summer.The Queen’s Head serves a delicious selection of freshly-prepared bar snacks and homemade dishes, with a blackboard of daily specials all of which you will find great value, as well as serving traditional cask ales, distinctive international lagers and a wide choice of good wines from independent producers around the world.We pride…
The previous landlord exited and made way for a new one, Anita - who has brought the pub back to a decent standard. We’ve been for a few of their “Curry Nights”, now on Wednesdays, and enjoyed the variety of dishes offered on different weeks...More
Had sunday lunch here today. Food was of a good standard - hot and tasty. Only thing was it took just over an hour for the food to arrive. I wouldn't say it was incredibly busy either although there was a large group dining before...More
With fresh flowers on the tables, a good menu (amazing posh fish finger sandwich with fresh granary chunky bread), and tasteful, heritage decor there is a lot to really like about this pub!
Plenty of space, a good atmosphere, a wood stove in winter, a...More
Walked into pub to be told by member of staff they were not open till 3pm. When I pointed out it was 5 past 3, I was bluntly told they weren't ready. No suggestion to make ourselves comfortable until they were sorted. We returned outside...More
My wife and I ate here following dreadful service at a nearby hostelry. The food here was tasty and well prepared and the portions were huge. Service was friendly and they are obviously keen to please. The only possible downside is the rather sparse and...More
Staying at a pub up the road and had dinner booked there, we went for a stroll along the high street and found this pub for an early evening drink. Quite quiet as is as early nobody eating as yet. Young barmaid behind the bar,...More
We decided to give the queens head another go after a disappointing visit last year when we heard the pub was under new management. We arrived and were quickly welcomed by the very friendly staff who were extremely professional. The Sunday roast was amazing, perfectly...More
We visited the Queens Head for a quick lunch. The menu looked promising. The staff warm and welcoming. The pub itself looked quite cosy. However, we waited 40 minutes for a jacket potato and a toastie, bearing in mind at the time of our order...More
Visiting for the Faversham hop festival and called from Faversham to see if they could fit us in. We enjoyed a lovely meal 2 x bangers and mash and 2 x fish and chips. Everyone enjoyed their meals and drinks. Service was excellent.
We had lunch here on Saturday and what a great choice the food was very good and so was the service portion were more than enough and all freshly cook if your any where near this it’s well worth a visit.
New owners who didn't understand the popularity of the previous owners and didn't build on that. Instead they were both disparaging about them (which has upset locals) and changed what is on offer. It's very sad.