Set in Hammersmith's leafy Brook Green, The Queen's Head is a delightful local pub. A real log fire, beautiful garden and friendly ambience make it a relaxed place to sample the freshly cooked traditional menu. A mouth-watering menu of freshly-cooked pub classics is perfect for a light lunch or a lingering evening meal. On Saturday, the chefs serve up a hearty brunch, or enjoy an excellent roast every Sunday.
|Average main course:||£8.00 (USD9.95) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£20.00 (USD24.88) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The Queen's Head
13 Brook GreenHammersmithLondonW6 7BL
- +44 (0)20 7603 3174
- Public transport:
- Hammersmith, Underground
fantastic service, ambiance and so much space! i did not eat here so my review is strictly for the service and the pub itself.more
Below average food, massively overpriced. This is a nice pub with an amazing beer garden. However, the food has got really poor over the last few years. Paid £13.00 for instant mash potato and 3 average sausages. I know for a fact their food is delivered by Brakes Brothers, so is not fresh. Bad food lets a good pub down.more
A cute pub with a hugeeeeeee garden at the back. Perfect for a sunny day with lots of comfy seats and tables. :)
Steak sandwich was nice but the people who had the fish finger sandwiches complained that the bread was stale hence most didn't eat it and just ate the filling.
The stars are def more for the venue than the foodmore
The Queen's Head is such a lovely pub!
In terms of ambiance, this pub deserves 5 stars. The pub is massive and there is a huge outdoor space that is most probably always buzzing during the summer months. The pub has been recently renovated and there's a bit of charm that makes this place quite endearing.
In terms of food, I would give the Queen's Head 3 stars. I ordered the burger, and I...more
This is one of the hidden gems in Hammersmith. Located not far from the Broadway shopping center it is a cozy and friendly spot as good for afterwork happy hours as well as meeting friends and grabbing some food.
I like the Camden Pale Ale that they have on tap. Plenty of space to sit as well as outside patio for warmer months. Really an outstanding example of English pub culture.more