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“Pre-Wedding Dinner”

The Queens Head at Crowmarsh Gifford
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$ 8 - US$ 34
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: A BRITISH PUB & KITCHEN - The Queen's Head is a stunning pub in the heart of the Oxfordshire village of Crowmarsh Gifford. Five minutes across The Thames from Wallingford and just a short drive from Henley, Oxford and Reading, this great little pub is the centre of the neighbourhood and beyond. You can enjoy fresh British seasonal food, an enviable selection of beers, and superb wines from around the world ... All among fine company to boot!
Reviewed 25 April 2017

We had friends over from Canada for my daughter's wedding the following day and they were desperate to sample the food at our local pub/restaurant. Everything was wonderful. Stuart, Tasha, Katie and the rest of the staff looked after us in their usual fantastic way. The food was very good and just what we were after - no cooking and allowing ourselves to collect our thoughts before a busy day to come. Thanks you guys. See you again soon.

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Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

Popped in for late lunch yesterday. Natasha was very friendly and helpful - happy to swap leeks for mushy peas with the sausages and mash for my partner - and I had a delicious Lamb Tagine with rice and pitta. Portions were perfect size. Neither of us could quite finish, but didn't leave much!
We have booked a Sunday lunch and look forward to that. Thanks Natasha!

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Reviewed 18 March 2017 via mobile

Popped in Thursday night because I couldn't be bothered to cook. We hadn't realized it was steak night, so decided to indulge.

Ordered a rib eye and fillet, which were both cooked as requested and the quality of meat was amazing.

We ordered a couple of sides too, but there was so much food, we couldn't manage anything else.

A special mention must be given to Katie, who was looking after things whilst the owners were in holiday. She is amazing, friendly, efficient and professional and an asset to the pub.

Even though we were the last to leave, it didn't bother her at all!

1  Thank Tracy N
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Reviewed 6 March 2017

I felt welcomed as soon as I arrived, which as a lone woman in a pub is not a given. The menu is short, which I see as a good thing as it means the food is fresh and cooked to order. The food was delicious. Inventive, well cooked and presented, and the perfect quantity. I shall definitely return.

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Reviewed 6 March 2017

We visited for Sunday lunch with our son and daughter-in-law and were looking forward to it. The pub is a really old building with a lovely atmosphere and we were shown to our table by a very pleasant waitress. We had the bread and olives and mozzarella sticks to share for the starter course and they were fine. We then waited quite a while for our mains. The poor waitress was run off her feet and although she had help from a young chap it was too much for them to cope with with three large tables to serve plus others. The lamb roast appeared to be lamb leg steaks which had been overcooked not slices from a roasted leg. I had the feta and red kidney bean burger which was pleasant although not hot enough and the toasted brioche bun was cold. Our daughter-in-law ordered fillet steak with fries and a cheese sauce.The steak arrived and was extremely rare. No cheese sauce as it had been overlooked. We sent the steak back, hoping that it would have the sauce when it returned but it was not to be. Eventually the sauce arrived in a small dish and apart from being stone cold, had a strange lumpy texture with a very oily topping. Horrible. The waitress was very apologetic but the kitchen should not have sent this out in the first place and it was certainly not her fault. Cauliflower cheese arrived in a small bowl but was cold and watery. We could not face sending it back so just left it after tasting. Desserts took over 20 minutes to arrive. We paid the bill of over £100 and left so disappointed as we had hoped to make this somewhere we would visit regularly

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