Real Beer, Real Food and a Real Welcome

As from 24th September the new laws come into force. This requires;

FACE COVERINGS to be worn at all times except when seated at your table.

Hands must be sanitised on entry and a member of staff will take your contact details and take you to your table.

It is table service only, so we will come to you to take your orders.

It is pay as you go NO tabs.

Do not table hop, stay at the table at which you have been seated.

Do not move tables or chairs, these are placed according to social distancing guidelines.

All customers must be off the premises by 10pm therefore last orders will be at 9.30pm or earlier if we are busy.

We hope to make your visit as enjoyable as possible but we must ALL abide by the new laws.

The Pubs Opening Times Are:

Bar

Monday to Thursday 12-3pm 5-10pm

Friday & Saturday 12-10pm

Sunday 12-7pm

Kitchen

Monday to Saturday 12-2pm 5.30-8.30pm

Saturday 12-2:30pm 5-9pm

Sunday 12-3pm

OUR PUB

Real Beer, Real Food and a Real Welcome

Welcome to the King's Head, a 15th century pub situated on the historic Market Hill in the heart of Woodbridge. Serving a variety of Adnams Ales, during a visit to this busy town centre pub you will experience real beer, real food and a real welcome.

 

All are welcome including dogs and well-behaved children.

Mike and Lucy Ball have been running the business since December 2006, along with their Labradors Sydney and Buddy.

OUR FOOD

Classic Pub Food

The King's Head offers an excellent classic pub menu with a wide variety including spicy BBQ chicken wings, devilled whitebait, Broadside battered cod and hand cut chips, slow roast brisket or pork in a bap. Just a taster from the delicious menu.

 

Also available is the now famous 'Mutt's Menu' as a treat for your hungry dog after you have been for a walk along the river. 

For bookings or all other enquiries please call 01394 387750 or email kingsheadwoodbridge@hotmail.com

Please note we do not take bookings for tables by email. To book a table please call us on the number above.

© The Kings Head Woodbridge