Review on Queens Head

An unusual three-tiered garden overlooking Bramfield's equally distinctive thatched church is part of the attraction of Amanda and Marc Corcoran's forward-looking Suffolk gastro pub.

The Queen's Head was one of the first hostelries outside London to take on board and promote certified organic ingredients in a big way, and it procures as much as possible from named local suppliers: Wakelyn's Farm for vegetables, Temple Farm for free-range chickens, Bramfield Organic Meats for beef and so on.

Grilled dates wrapped in bacon with mild mustard sauce and Longwood Farm lamb à la grecque with couscous are signature dishes, but the menu also takes in twice-baked goats' cheese soufflé with marinated beetroot salad, whole mackerel with pipérade, and filo-pastry parcels filled with Ricotta, sun-blush tomatoes, pine nuts and chard. Homemade ice creams and sorbets are top of the dessert list.

During the week, the pub also provides 'one pot lunches' of – say – lamb tagine or beef and vegetable casserole with crusty bread for a fiver.

Queens Head is also featured in: Good Food Guide, AA Guide

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Cuisine

Gastro pub

Chef

David Murty

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 9.00pm (6.00pm Sun)

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card

Online Booking Availability for Queens Head

Facilities at Queens Head

  • Alfresco dining
  • Family Friendly

Accomodation

Accomodation is available, (2 rooms)

Internet

WiFi is available

Address

Queens Head
The Street
Bramfield
Halesworth
Suffolk
IP19 9HT

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