Kings Head British Pub


You can leave your worries at the door. Come and feel welcome and share in the friendly warmth when you enjoy a pint at Kings Head British Pub. WE ARE SO AUTHENTIC YOU ALMOST NEEED A PASSPORT AND WE SAVE YOU THE AIRFARE !


The British Pub has long since made its mark on history. Even today, pubs remain communal places where visitors can feel welcome and leave their worries at the door. A wide variety of people meet on common ground at local pubs to share their common love of beer.


The Kings Head is British-owned and operated for over 25 years. We also have DAILY SPECIALS and make our OWN BREAD.


FEATURED DISHES


Fish & Chips

Atlantic codfish fried in a traditional English beer batter.

Served with English Chips (fries)

$market

Sunday Roast Dinner

Each week we offer a roast dinner complete with roast potatoes and lashings of gravy. Contact us in advance for the roast of the week.

$15.50


Indian Curry

Eaten in the late 1800′s by English Colonists tea growers, served over rice or chips with mango chutney.

$12.00

Cottage Pie

Cottage pie made with ground beef, unlike Shepherd’s Pie, which contains lamb. A tasty blend.

$11.00


OurHours


  • OPEN Wed TO Sun
    11:30 AM - CLOSE

     

  • CLOSED MON & TUE

    KITCHEN ENDS 9pm
    (8.30pm SUNDAY)

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About Our Pub


Enjoy a Perfect "Pint"

In Britain, the expression "to go for a pint" means to go for a drink and is usually understood to mean a visit to a pub. The pint, or 20 fluid ounces, has been derived from an ancient measure used for corn and has proven to be the perfect quantity of beer.

When two British people meet together at a pub, each has to buy the other "a round," meaning a drink.

These drinks are paid for as they are served so that no drinker can forget to pay his or her tab at the end of the night.