The Queen's Head

25-27 Tryon Street , London, SW3 3LG

SquareMeal Review of The Queen's Head

An unpretentious old boozer away from the trendy mayhem of King’s Road, the Queen’s is genuinely cherished because it has actively resisted improvements, revamps or gastro-makeovers – despite its upscale foodie postcode. Instead, it’s a defiantly local haunt that also happens to be one of London’s original gay pubs. However, despite the rainbow flag pinned over the door, shop assistants & grey-haired taxi drivers in jeans & trainers happily rub shoulders with the pub’s camper clientele in the labyrinthine, Tardis-like interior. The atmosphere is what counts here: drinkswise, expect a couple of real ales on tap, a perfunctory laminated wine list & a fridge stocked with bottled beers. Likewise, the menu contents itself with the usual nachos, burgers, pies & suchlike.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Sloane Square Tube Station 483m

South Kensington Tube Station 832m


Address: 25-27 Tryon Street , London SW3 3LG

Area: Chelsea

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-11pm (Fri-Sat -12M Sun -10.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Getty Images Gallery 287m

Sloane Square 294m


Telephone: 020 7589 0262


Cuisine: Pubs

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