The Queen’s Head is a fantastic little free house a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Circus. The bar serves fine European wine, craft beer and CAMRA accredited real ale from the south east. The first floor restaurant offers a traditional British menu created using quality, seasonal ingredients. Homemade Piccadilly Pies come highly recommended.
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Venue Details & Map
15 Denman Street
St JamesLondonW1D 7HN
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Found this pub near Piccadilly Circus. More seating upstairs. Very good service. Fish and chips are delicious...well-battered haddock filet. Shepherd's pie is about 13 cm (5") in diameter. Generous portions! Cozy dining hall upstairs (seats about 28).more
Awesome food! Small and quaint restaurant. Make sure to make reservations. Fish and chips were delicious! Beer selection was great and waiter was so nice!more
Although in the middle of a very touristic spot (Piccadilly circus), this very authentic restaurant gives you a full British experience. From the staff, the decor, and the food.
Hidden few feet behind Piccadilly Circus, off Regent Street.
The staff is extremely friendly and welcoming.
Tried their Fish & Chips, and it was very good with a rather larger portion.
The restaurant is...more
It's really not good, honestly. We ordered fish and chips and chicken+ mushroom pie... Not good at all.
The fish and chips, the flour fried part fell right off when we picked it up; the veggie purée is not good at all. Potato wedges are eatable.
Chicken+mushroom pie, the edge is burnt, it's just not tasty.
Customers def. overrated this place. You will be disappointed. Will not be back ever...more
In London for the day and after a few hours of sightseeing we decided to stop in Picadilly Square for a bite to eat. This was a cute and authentic pub...you could see the history in the building. Since I was in London I decided on Fish and Chips with mashed peas and added a side salad along side a mango and berry cider. The cider and side salad which had rocket lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and a...more